Edgy art and pulsing club music draw a young crowd to this modern steakhouse in the burgeoning Design District. Besides the typical steakhouse fare, the menu includes plenty of other meats, seafood, pastas, and sushi. We found the salmon with mushroom risotto well executed, as were the char-kissed steaks. If those meaty options (Prime filet, New York strip, Prime ribeye) and their à la carte sides strain your budget, order the $36 steak frites, a flavorful bavette cut served with thin and crispy rosemary fries. A starter of creamy macaroni and cheese studded with crisped pork belly bits (you can also choose add-ins of truffle or lobster) makes a comforting, shareable dish. Polished service, patio seating, and private dining options are pluses.