This modern lounge blends Asian and Latin American flavors, with a menu of memorable small plates. The shrimp flatbread spotlights creamy Oaxaca cheese, and pork belly buns take on a taco flare thanks to pineapple-and-cilantro garnish. The cocktail list, headlined by nearly 100 varieties of tequila, is the star of the city's longest bar (65 feet). This collaboration between raw-fish guru Kaz Okochi and fusion impresario Richard Sandoval has a notably abridged sushi list—but
with house music thumping and bartenders shaking fresh libations, few patrons end up missing yellowtail or uni. The prix-fixe all-you-can-eat-and-drink brunch is a rare find in any city, and a challenge worth taking at $35.