Pretty young things like to sip cocktails by Cavalli's big front window, which in summer is open to the passing scene on busy rue Peel. The interior—with a black illuminated bar, green and pink velvet chairs, and blond-wood paneling—makes an enticing backdrop. The food is Italian, mostly, with Asian influences. Chef Frank Gioffre marinates Chilean sea bass in miso and serves his mac 'n' cheese with truffles and brioche breadcrumbs. Models order the endive salad, but
heartier eaters love the spicy crab cake or the rack of fresh Australian lamb. It's not cheap, but the sceney atmosphere makes this supper club a fun place to hang out.