This self-explanatory supper/dance club oozes silky seduction with a dreamy decor featuring king-size beds garnished with snow-white drapes. Nightly house music and hip-hop affairs attract a jet-set crowd. This is one hard place to get a seat: Beds take up waaay more room than tables. And then there's B.E.D.'s reservation system. There are exactly two seatings per night, one 8 to 8:30 p.m., the other 10:30 to 11 p.m. But once one is seated (or gets laid, whatever), then comes the surprise: a standout crabcake appetizer and terrific crayfish tapenade. Main courses include roasted rack of Australian lamb, which features a full-bodied mustard-tarragon sauce, and pan-seared Chilean sea bass sauced with a rich but light herbed vermouth cream. Desserts like the "Go Deep" cappuccino crème brûlée are more outrageous than original and the only food items that seemed to pander to B.E.D.'s gimmick aspect.