This ultra hip spot caters to the young, jet setting crowd with its loud music playing in the dining room and crowded bar on weekends. But, everyone who enjoys a flavorful twist on Asian-inspired dishes will enjoy ordering a group of small plates and sharing with friends. Some of the numerous options to choose from may include edamame, pad Thai, ginger poached lobster, rock shrimp tempura and tuna sashimi flatbread. Some dishes have a Middle Eastern influence, such as the white bean hummus with toasted pita chips and Moroccan chicken kabobs with herb couscous. The large craft-made martini and specialty drink list also is very good. Attentive servers are dressed in preppy white Ked sneakers and resort wear outfits. Large groups may request the 20-seat communal table in the center of the dining room. The nostalgic 1950s mural of beach-attired women, tear-drop pendant lighting and swing chairs make this place a real conversation starter. Saturday brunch also is offered.