Well, at least people who have money. The room was full of bespoke suits, Italian leather loafers and lots of hair gel.
As for the space, Eater call its "somewhat industrial looking" and notes an abundance of chalk boards and brick-a-brac.
Most importantly, the food is manly and banker-friendly. While this may translate into "boring" for the non-FiDi dining set, we've long been fans of a BLT burger and fries, and can't find anything wrong with fish and chips either.
The menu offers all the American standards: pizza, pasta, meat, fish and mashed potatoes, with mains in the $30 range. After looking at the weekly specials, we expect Tuesday nights to be dude-heavy: That's when the Porterhouse for Two is available for a big, swinging, er, price tag of $79.
[Photos: Inset via Eater; Hotel exterior: HotelChatter ]