Should you manage to snag one of the 18 seats at Brooklyn's only Michelin three-star restaurant, you're in for a treat. Chef Cesar Ramirez prepares 20-plus courses of French- and Japanese-influenced raw and cooked seafood small plates. The extravaganza feels like dining in a secret enclave of sophisticates; note-taking, photography, and mobile phone use are discouraged to keep the focus on the meal, which costs $255 per person, exclusive of wine, tax, and tip. Every Monday at 10:30 am, reservations open for the entire week that's six weeks ahead. Seats fill up very quickly. Jackets are required for men.