"@SQC", what the fuck?, right? This place screams "trying to be cool". But here's the thing... it's pretty cool. Not because of the wood ceilinged bathrooms with frosted glass doors, not for the windowed "see me" atrium scene seating, but because the food is quite good and the place doesn't actually feel snotty or overly trendy. Zagat's said that this place was a little "cold" service-wise. But the reason I went in was because a VERY FRIENDLY front of house person (turned out to be Chef Scott Campbell's partner, i think), who basically charmed us in. While there, my glass of water was never half empty & I drink A LOT of water. The chef made gnosh bread was superb and risotto was yummy. The waiter was really nice & after dinner we met Mr. Campbell who talked about his days at Le Cirque when Nixon and Frank Zappa would often be dining in the same room; as well as a nice conversation about music, since he saw I was carrying my trumpet & my dining friend is a guitar player. Not cold at all! It's the kind of place I would never have thought of going into, or writing a review of... but here I am, giving it a 5 ! UWS, check it out.