You’ll "sail" from Greece to Italy to Spain and North Africa at this yacht-like eatery, with its porthole "windows" (actually inset sea paintings), its brass fixtures and burnished woods. And as you would on a ship, you’ll be sharing the victuals—the menu is designed that way. From the tapas, meze and antipasto appetizers to such larges family-style dishes as paella or short rib lasagna, its all meant to be doled out around the table. We’ve found that sharing evenly can be difficult, though: with food this terrific, hoarding instincts kick in. We must also sing the praises of the staff and chefs here for how well they accommodate children: the kid’s menu isn’t the usual sad chicken fingers. Instead children are offered “steaming fish”, hummus and pita, and other healthy but simple dishes.