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Satoro is full of disparate elements. It's a tapas bar. And a nightclub. With $13 cocktails. And Latin, French, and Spanish elements. A loose, Mediterranean theme governs a series of wood-fired flatbreads and fresh salads. Local seafood such as grouper, yellowtail snapper, Florida clams, and shrimp flirt with Spanish ingredients. Hearty dishes like oxtail soup, grilled pork loin, roasted chicken, and quite a few prime steaks flesh out the rest of the menu. Entrees range from $16 up to an absurd $44 -- that for the restaurant's "signature" 22-ounce prime-rib chop with roasted artichokes. Some of the ideas are good, and when they work, they do so in magnified beauty. But taken as a whole, Satoro is a mess of frustrating angles impossible to navigate.