Dress to impress at the Lounge. Style is foremost here. And by style we mean naked body paint, the latest threads, or your own casual vintage wear. Just make sure it's got some flair. The Lounge requires personality. And the interior to this trendy spot is as visually stimulating as the clientele. A golden yellow ceiling and light-blue tiled wall, against which glistening bottles look more like decoration than recreation, dazzle the eye while you shake to tunes that run the typical indie-dance gamut from Blondie to Radiohead. Grab a seat in the spacious garden out in the back, or stand around in the long spacy hall-like main room. No matter where you congregate, the music isn't oppressively loud, so you'll actually be able to hear and speak with your friends. Added alcoholic bonus: various offerings of sake. Drink too much? Grab some sushi from Chef Jack at the mini-restaurant in the back. He cooks up some amazing dishes from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m. The drinks and food don't come cheap, but they won't break the bank.