This splashy concept draws a cocktail crowd itching for a glam night out. The mod, multilevel building features dramatic dining areas and four separate bars, including a stunning rooftop lounge with glittery views and bottle service. Blaring salsa music and high-decibel chatter set a high-energy tone. Waitresses in tight micro-mini dresses provide smooth service from a list of more than 100 tequilas, mezcals, and craft cocktails. A big, blue tree sculpture centers a dining room where red flowers cascade from the walls. The Latin American–influenced menu ranges from modestly priced Mexican dishes to a pricy Argentine-style mixed grill or ribeye (both shareable). Out of three ceviches, we preferred the sea bass-coconut milk version. Octopus, tender and flame-kissed, came atop a fiery pasilla chile sauce. We shared street-style corn in saffron aioli, which complemented our pork carnitas tacos and sea bass with poblano rice. The flamboyant Coconut Domingo, an over-the-top sundae, held too many elements, none good enough to elevate the ice cream.