Slip into bed or on a lounge or deep pillow to "dine" at this nightclub and almost-restaurant on Clematis, where it's form and fun over function. It doesn't take itself too seriously - all the faux artifacts of Middle Eastern digs are playfully interspersed with the furniture, meant for group dining. Noshes range from sushi to hummus and veggie flatbreads. Creative touches, possibly lost on this club crowd, include pomegranate-glazed duck with butterscotch sweet mashed potatoes, or crab cake with corn salsa, candied pancetta and a citrus beurre blanc. The beef's seasoned with Middle Eastern spices for a slider trio, there are a number of kabobs (kafka, anyone?), a gyro, and full sushi menu. A separate hookah menu - all non-tobacco - is on hand. Bartenders here are of the flair variety and are part of the entertainment.