First -The location is near impossible to find parking but we managed to grab a rock star spot out front. Second ? The door is the size of most people?s bedroom wall and it?s all glass. When you open it towards you the opposite side pushes inside. It?s hard to explain. But imagine you pull on the door towards you and there is someone on the other side but on the opposite end of the door. If you pull the door hard and fast enough, the person on the other end would be launched like a racquetball. Remember the door is a big tinted glass wall. It?s actually pretty funny how dangerous it is. Anyway, we enter without managing to launch someone to their death. There are 2 people in front of us and the hostess sent them to the bar because they don?t have reservations and it will be a few hours.. We say ?2 for dinner? and she asks us if we have reservations and we say no. She cringes and then she thinks, excuses herself and comes back and seats us at a table. It looks like the people it front us got screwed..lol. So the place is really swanky and fun. Great place for girl?s night out dinners, or date night, etc..dressy, hip, everyone is pretty, electronica music, etc... First they give us this soft bread with ricotta butter and pesto/basil dipping oil. Oh my god..it was like a calming bubble bath. Utopia! My friend ordered the steak (Pepper crusted new york strip, boursin whipped potatoes, cabernet red wine sauce) and I think she had an ""o"" right at the table!. I had Spiral pasta, baby shrimp, mushroom caps, chopped tomatoes, sherry cream. It was worth every bite. By far the best restaurant in Phoenix so far.