This place is more bar than restaurant, although the food, meant to be enjoyed with drinks, is worthwhile. The whole of the front of the place opens up to the street, making it very inviting with its fiery red interior. Start out with their roasted artichoke-garlic hummus or the seafood martini, then try the shrimp linguine or flank steak salad. They specialize in martinis, and if you feel like splurging, go for the diamond martini, where for $5,000 you get platinum flakes and a one-carat diamond in your drink. Just don't swallow the stone.