Above all, this is a place for grilled meat and fish. A giant mesquite-burning stove in the open kitchen—the focal point of the sleekly minimalist space—sears steaks, chops and seafood to perfection. Before your main course, whet your appetite with a craft cocktail and maybe some Shigoku oysters. Then, if you’re an unabashed carnivore, go for the meat, and especially the juicy chops and steaks from Niman Ranch in California, one of the top purveyors of choice cuts of beef on the West Coast. Sides are extra, but ones like creamy mashed potatoes and crispy Brussels sprouts, are worth it. This is a good happy hour spot (2–5pm and 9–11pm)—you can get a glass of wine for $7, a beer for $5, and smaller, less expensive versions of the lunch and dinner choices.