Bartolome Grill & Restaurant's 54-seat dining room is handsomely attired in black (tables, chairs, linens, pillars, bar, lofty industrial ceiling, waiters' outfits) and vivid red (seat cushions, bar backlighting, waiters' ties). Two walls are predominantly glass, which lightens and expands the space considerably; the rest are painted a grayish white, a few shades paler than the poured concrete floor. LCD screens on either end of the bar are silently tuned to oldies such as Betty Boop or Laurel and Hardy, while an eclectic mix of piped-in music spans decades and nations. Décor and ambiance here are meant to... More >>>