The food at this Roman-styled see-and-be-seen restaurant/nightclub often is overshadowed by the roaring club scene, but it's worth a stop—especially if you go early to avoid the the thump thump of the music upstairs. The dishes, many of which are meant to be shared, might include tuna tartare, Kobe beef carpaccio, and a lobster scampi-style brick oven pizza. Entrées might feature grilled tuna with roasted artichokes or a lobster stuffed with crabmeat. For dessert,
try the Noce cocktail with Nocello walnut liqueur, or the Oreo zeppoles served witih a malted vanilla milk shake. There's also the Party Brunch from 2 pm to 6 pm on Saturday, and the quieter Proper Brunch on Sunday.