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Hunt & Fish Club Review: Hedge Funder Crimes Against Truffles

A luxe Midtown steakhouse misses the mark
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If you're looking for a tater tot party lubed with truffle oil and aioli, I know just the spot: New York’s hottest club is Hunt & Fish. The 10,000 square-foot restaurant opened recently in Manhattan’s midtown, right by the formerly-haunted Belasco Theater, and specializes in faux-mage—that thing where restaurants say they're an homage to a classic steakhouse, then do whatever. 

As Stefon might put it, this place has everything: the kind of fragmented mirrors used to foreshadow psychotic breaks in thrillers; giant paintings embossed with poems in braille; and, soon, a shoeshine station so you can share a porterhouse with an escort in your socks.