The name is French for “sky,” and this splashy new spot lives up to it, with a high mirrored ceiling and a dramatic galaxy of stars projected on the wall. Expect a youngish, glam crowd; lots of noise; and pop-up performances from singers and dancers among the tables—in other words, a nightclub feel with restaurant ambition. Along with the de rigueur oysters and caviar service, you’ll find a mostly Japanese menu with French accents. We shared a maki roll featuring king salmon with kanikama (imitation crab stick), asparagus, avocado, cherry tomato, and smoked soy. We followed with sea bass draped with asparagus in a miso custard. Top marks went to the chicken karaage, tender fried morsels with cilantro, fiery jícama, and citrusy sansho peppercorns. Service is earnest but a bit distracted: our juicy, perfectly grilled filet of beef arrived missing the promised bordelaise.