Three of us went there last night after making reservations the day before. Got a nice table not facing the bar. Obviously best table is the one in the front window.
I started with tuna tartare, which was done in a sort of Spanish style, had a real kick to it, and was delicious and nicely presented. Next I had the salmon and monkfish carpaccio -- out of this world with lightly dressed greens. A light and fabulous dinner for one on a diet.
Tablemates had the Caesar, the pan-seared John Dory, and the chicken, all of which were devoured and well-received. None of us are big drinkers so we missed out on that part of the equation.
Atmosphere is nice, not completely inviting but stylish and trendy without being too young/immature. The room feels more spacious than it actually is, with nice woods and a sleek bar. Dinner was $95 and seemed highly reasonable for our choices from the regular and enoteca menus. We would go back in a flash.