This restaurant should be embarrassed to be open. I'm surprised there were any good reviews after the opening. The decor is Miami chic, which is fine if that's your speed, but the overly loud and obnoxious music in the lounge area nearly keeps you from enjoying a decent dinner in the restaurant portion. The service is horrendous, past the coat check girl, as the thoroughly unattentive waiters don't know whats on the menu, they're uneducated as to what they do and don't have in stock on the wine list, and they don't know the difference between a pinot grigio and a chardonnay and ... ( the list goes on ) they also aren't savvy enough to even recite the year and the vintage. After a $200 meal that was served cold, wrong several times, and improperly cooked, I would encourage anyone with even moderate tastebuds to run. There are far finer establishments in Harlem and other parts of the city that will welcome your open wallet with more than a laundry list of excuses and forgotten utensils, not to mention the MANDATORY 18% gratuity for service ill delivered. I love Terrence Howard's picture on the door, but it was probably taken before they served him hell's platter.
Pros: If you like the Miami club scene, you may like the decor.
Cons: Cold, Greasy and Tasteless Food, Service, Attentive and Educated Waiters, a non-existant wine list