Blade looks pretty sharp, especially for a dark, windowless room with a low ceiling. Multiple industrial textures (raw wood, stone, concrete, glass) and sexy lighting lend the subterranean space a sleek, lounge-like appeal, even if it's reminiscent of a slots-less casino. A bar that winds across the room features three sushi stations and a whole lotta shakin' of cocktails. The clientele is primped and primed for a good time while music pulsates above the considerable buzz. This isn't a place to take your visiting Aunt Nellie. It probably isn't the best restaurant to take anyone serious... More >>>