When it opened, this place defined hip—blond floors, white-shirted staff, groovy clientele. It still packs 'em in. Celeb sightings are possible in a youngish crowd that mixes locals and out-of-towners. The menu offers family-style dishes—if there are just two of you, one had better be a competitive eater in training. The calamari with bananas is still available, and plantain fried rice with mashed avocado is tasty. Apparently the lobster mai tai is good, too. It costs $69.