Open for lunch, dinner and late-night bites, this nonalcoholic joint feels more like a hip club than a posh restaurant. Even more edgy than the decor—a sea of black with intermittent splashes of color thanks to local oils and artsy metallic light fixtures—is chef Lauro Romero's dazzling cuisine. Try the dueling edamame, the tandoori-crusted sea bass, or the pan-roasted filet mignon. Drinks may be unleaded, but it's tough to pass up a Shirley Temple garnished with colorful cotton candy. Spark has live jazz or acoustic music two nights a week.