3: José Andrés restaurants that formerly resided here (Café Atlantico, Minibar, America Eats).
4: Levels in this place.
42: Glass globes comprising the giant chandelier that runs along the three-level staircase.
10: Stools on the first floor that look like wine corks.
10: Bar snacks you can get there, like marinated anchovies and fish and chips.
40: Cost, in dollars, of the Mangusta 165, a cognac-based cocktail named after a giant yacht.
6: Seats at the third-floor copper oyster bar, which you can request with your reservation.
8: Oysters on your “oyster tour,” from sweet to salty.
7: Caviars and roes on the menu, including one from Siberia.
4: Ways to get your lobster (among them: with leeks and Belgian ale).
22: Capacity for private dinner parties on the tiny fourth-floor balcony.
3: Entrées that don’t have fish of some kind, including the Roasted Lamb Cannon.
0: Actual cannons involved.