The Low Down
The Extras: The restaurant offers a five-course tasting menu for $65 ($100 with wine pairings).
Save Money: For a more casual, less pricey experience, sit at the bar and order from the special bar menu.
Know Before You Go: If you're hoping for a quiet dinner, come early. When the room is full, sound tends to bounce off the room's brick walls.
Save Time: Weekend reservations can be hard to come by; call two to three weeks in advance. During the week, you should be able to reserve a table within a few days.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
By jinkwell at Menuism
It's hard for me to find a restaurant that I want to return to again and again because there are so many in... Read More
By Emily L at Insider Pages
This Seafood restaurant combines both Asian and American influences in the meals. The food is delicious! The Grilled Hawaiian Prawns and the Scallo... Read More
Their tables are all mushed close together, so...
By mndragon at Menuism
Their tables are all mushed close together, so you can hear everyone around you, has that NYC feel....Their... Read More
Spring is a fine dining experience for New American cuisi...
By I_Know_Good_Eats at Menuism
Spring is a fine dining experience for New American cuisine with a Japanese flair mixed in. Although... Read More
High Price Small Plates
By SB B. at Judy's Book
The food was just okay; i went in expecting gourmet portions, but the servings seemed like sample sizes. THe fish was very fresh, however. I reco... Read More