With abstract art displayed on the deep red- and apricot-colored walls and waiters dressed in black rushing around pouring wine, you'd never know this sophisticated Mediterranean restaurant is in a former hardware store. The menu is divided into small- and large-plate sections. Definitely go for the fried calamari and crispy shrimp appetizer with cabbage, scallions, and a sweet-and-sour glaze. For your main course, stick to the simpler seafood and grilled steak dishes,
because some of the more unusual dishes miss the mark. You enter the restaurant through Enoteca, Rezaz's wine bar, which serves less expensive fare in a casual setting.