This three-level bar, lounge and restaurant brings the bright lights and flashy TVs of Times Square inside. Giant TVs hang behind the first floor bar, where local business folks mingle with tourists. A striking red dominates the cavernous main floor, while the second and third feel more intimate with booths and comfy seating.
For beer lovers, the tap selections cover ample ground, from Bass to Yuelinging (30 in all). Of the fruity, brightly colored martinis, the mandarin delivers a nice kick without tasting too sweet. The lengthy martini menu pales in comparison to the food menu that covers ground from onion rings and wings to rib tips and tuna steak.