Whether a professional or a shopaholic browsing the upscale shops, this is the place to wind down after a long day. The dining room is visually stunning with honey-colored wood floors, white subway-tile walls and creative chrome art lighting focused on the many pictures of fisherman. Known for high-quality seafood and fresh fish, start by indulging in raw oysters, then choose one of the flown-in fish, whether it is Costa Rican mahi mahi or Alaskan wild-caught halibut. A favorite includes the la plancha preparation where the fish is served on a metal plate with rio rice, haricots verts and a mustard seed beurre blanc sauce. Finish with the seasonal pumpkin cheesecake if it is offered—this creamy dessert is sure-fire way to end a perfect meal. The main dining room, located in the back of the restaurant, should be requested when looking for a romantic evening. The tables are dressed with white linens and the overall feeling is a bit more subdued than the lively bar. The Shark Bar room is a more relaxed setting with seats available at the oyster bar counter. Servers are attentive and friendly, making this a very comfortable setting.