Reaching a summit is extremely satisfying, unless you go with Jon Krakauer, and he tells pretty much everyone you just had the Sherpas carry you up. For an even more satisfying experience that most likely won't kill 15 of your climbing buddies, try The Summit.
Spurred by a restaurateur with a thing for urban sociology(!), The Summit is a hybrid restaurant/community living room that looks like a high-class warehouse break room, with concrete floors/exposed ceilings and picnic-style communal benching, plus way better food/beer/wall hangings than you'd find in an actual warehouse, though, for legal reasons, George Zimmer can't actually guarantee you'll like the way they look. A counter-service cafe'll dish out three modernized brasserie-style meals a day, including breakfast pastries, hot pork-ified sandos, and dinner entrees like a chocolate-sauced Pork & Beans served in a Mason jar, and a tantalizing Red Meat Duet that features a jus gravy-sauced beef-and-bison meatball and a Robuchon potatoes-topped beef skirt, also what Carnie Wilson wears when it's hot. Booze-y goodness will come from a Bar Tartine-guided beer-and-wine program with a mix of local wines/brews, highlighted by highly-anticipated local craft suds from Old Oak, which was considerably less crime-infested than present day Oak, but hey, they got the Raiders back!
But wait there's more: Summit'll also share the joint with a start-up incubator that'll nurture/foster/rent office space to just-off-the-ground businesses, and because food/booze/entrepreneurship isn't enough, will also turn into an art gallery once a month, that'll be there for a day, before disappearing Into Thin Air.