This venue is closed.
You won't find toys in the traditional sense, but you will find a 7,000-square-foot playland comprising an outdoor terrace and a bi-level dining room serving modern Sino-Japanese fare like shrimp "toast" cigars with golden mustard plum sauce and "Signature Lacquered Mahogany Chicken." It's serving lunch, dinner, and a smaller late-night menu; tunes come courtesy of a state-of-the-art D.J. booth, but watch your dance steps if you happen to glance up at the insane fractured mirror on the ceiling — we wouldn’t want you to lose your footing.
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