Featuring a warm, rustic atmosphere, La Nuit serves Mediterranean cuisine. Exposed brick walls, classy lighting and comfortable wood furniture create a vibe that is festive and welcoming. The full bar serves cocktails, wines, beers and other spirits. La Nuit offers a hookah lounge where guests can try numerous different flavors. There is also a DJ who plays trendy music throughout the evening. Occasionally, the restaurant even has entertainers, such as belly dancers.
When dining at La Nuit, start with a tapas platter or appetizer, like the lamb nachos or pita with dips. There are numerous entrées for those with a heartier appetite. Dive into a platter of chicken kebab, the grilled lamb chops or the rosemary hanger steak.
When we walked in the only person working was on a cell phone. After several minutes we were acknowledged. The place was empty which is not a big deal since it was very cold out and only 5pm. Nicole the bartender assisted us. She wasn't very pleasant but we made the best of it. The music was good and the food we enjoyed. We were disappointed they were out of grape leaves. The $4 Sangria was very good but over all it wasn't a win for me. It was missing a warmth.
with all the alternatives around don't waste you money here!
Food is very very average, portions are ridiculously small for the price and to top it off, the service is horrible.
the waiter by accident knocked off my glass of red wine all over my clothes and instead of trying to help, he and the hostess stood there smiling and looking at me passively until my friend barked at them to bring back some towels.
They never apologized or replaced my glass of wine and when I left and said to the hostess that they at least should have offered to have my skirt and jacket dry cleaned, she opened her mouth in surprise and did not reply anything.
I think they just don't have a clue ...