From Our Editors
In Seven the Steakhouse's kitchen, chefs prepare marbled, wet-aged steaks to diners' tastes. On the rooftop, bartenders mix handcrafted cocktails while fire pits accent the downtown views. In between the two are multiple levels of contemporary dining and entertainment, which rise for a vertical tour through flavors and atmospheres. Here's a look at Seven the Steakhouse from the ground up:
The steakhouse: This two-level open dining room sets the stage for 35-day wet-aged steaks, which are trotted out to tables finished with honey bourbon or brandy cognac sauces. The menu features a variety of steak cuts, seafood dishes, and re-imagined American sides like the truffle mac and cheese and hardwood smoked bacon. The two-story wine cellar stands stoically and waiting to be called upon.
The sushi bar: Here is an intimate contrast to the main dining room, with a back-lit wood bar and a menu that puts a creative spin on traditional Japanese fare. Highlights include 11 specialty chef's rolls and a full bar of sake and spirits.
Ultralounge and Skybar: Things get kinetic above the steakhouse on the dance floor of Ultralounge, which boasts a specialty bar for exotic cocktails and furniture so trendy you'll want to wear it home. The Skybar rooftop, meanwhile, is open all year round and caps the three-level space off with cozy couches, fire pits, and handcrafted cocktails to take in with the downtown views.