The ghetto-gourmet concept of this Jacó hot spot plays with the senses, starting with an interior that blends graffiti with soft candlelight and jazz. Chef Danny Clark's menu relies on only fresh, locally grown ingredients, which go into dishes ranging from sushi to vegetarian, with creations like cacao-and-coffee-rubbed beef tenderloin, and a tuna-tartare tower that melts in your mouth. For something with a kick, try the snook seasoned with five Caribbean spices and topped with caramel soy. If you've dined elsewhere, drop by this understated spot to listen to live music on Friday and Saturday. Sample a signature martini with lemongrass and ginger or cucumber and basil, and indulge in one of the extraordinary desserts like chocolate cheesecake or peanut-butter-and-banana flambé. Take home Graffiti's flavors with their homemade spices and recipes, sold at the attached gallery, Urban Awol.