From the doorman to the DJ booth, this swanky, gorgeously designed restaurant in downtown’s Littlefield Building feels more Miami than Austin (or Greece), but that’s not a bad thing. Try this: From the grand (and pricey) menu come items like the Shrimp Casserole, which is so much better than its name would suggest: a garlicky, rusty-red sauce brimming with shrimp and sausage, with grilled bread alongside. The lamb kebabs are nicely done, with pickled red onions and a drizzle of mint yogurt. Fresh whole fish lounge atop a bed of ice near the kitchen; we shared a whole fagri (red porgy) simply grilled and served with lemon and a smattering of capers and caper berries. Pro tip: As the evening progresses, the music volume nears Mykonos-beach-club levels.