We went there with the intention of eating from the restaurant week menu. We had a nice drink at the bar first (they have a great cocktail menu - try the pisco-punch) and were seated promptly at a great booth in the back which was private and excellent. Our waiter Jeremy was very nice and explained all about the different types of Wagyu beef - American, Australian, and Japanese Kobe. We were so enticed by what he told us we decided to try their tasting flight for 2 - you get 4 4oz portions of each type of Wagyu plus American prime. It was very expensive but we said why not, let's try it. All I can say is OH MY GOD it was the best thing I've ever eaten. Perfectly cooked, perfectly seasoned, and every bite was just amazing. We had some great appetizers too - the thick cut bacon with black truffles is to die for. The Kobe beef ravioli are also quite awesome. Do not skip the parmesan fries and the truffled creamed corn. Everything was so delicious it was amazing. There are some reasonably priced (under $70) good wines on the list. The service was attentive, professional, friendly and great. The decor is very unique and interesting, a little S&M/dungeon, a little clubby, not boring at all. A great variety of music was played all night at the perfect volume, you can converse with ease and still enjoy the music. The bathrooms are your typical unisex weirdo type - acquaint yourself with how they work before you have too many drinks! I am very discriminating when it comes to dining out and this place wowed me in a big way. I enjoyed the food much more than the many typical steakhouses (Luger's, Mortons, etc) I've visited, it was much more special and much more delicious. Kobe is worth the big bucks, that's for sure, and this place knows how to do it right!
Pros: Food, especially the Kobe beef, service
Cons: Be ready to shell out big bucks