Sure, spending a big night on the town jumping from restaurant to bar to lounge to club always sounds exciting at first, until you remember that actually involves logistics, which sure sound like they suck. Keep the big night, screw the suck, at Umbria Prime.
From the owner of Bricco and Mare, UP covers all your night-on-the-town-needs with its juiced-up five floor steakhouse-cum-nightclub featuring a 60-seat, two-level resto fooled into thinking it's an authentic Umbrian villa (exposed brick/wood beams, a floor-to-ceiling mahogany wine cabinet, copper pans hanging above a rustic stone oven) and three levels of neon lit, VIP bottle-servicing leather couch/ottoman-laden lounges and dance floors. Highlights from the newly unveiled menu include a Chilean Sea Bass all'Acquapazza w/ sides like lobster mashed potatoes and spicy sautéed broccoli rabe; Tagliatelle pasta w/ exotic wild mushrooms and fresh truffle shavings; and eleven dry-aged prime steaks and chops (32oz Black Angus Colorado Porterhouse, a Montana-raised Filet, 16oz Wagyu Beef Ribeye) finished in a 1,200-degree brick oven, appropriated from George Hamilton's sunroom. In addition to the extensive liquor menu (16 scotches, alone), UP also mixes up specialty cocktails like the Smokey Manhattan (Wild Turkey w/ a note of Lagavulin), the citron vodka, limoncello and prosecco-splashed Megaliscious; and the Metrosexual -- vanilla vodka blended w/ coconut rum, pineapple juice, cranberry, and garnished with a delicious silk tuxedo shirt from Versace's Spring/Summer Collection, you big damn girl.
Dinner guests get comped entry upstairs where they can get reacquainted with house/top 40 and enjoy three full service bars, one of which exclusively serves vodka, providing all the requisite ingredients needed to make your logistic-free night impossible to figure out.