I have to check this place out.
What can be said about this that hasn't already been said - simply amazing reinterpretation of Macbeth. You can finally fulfill your fantasy of being completely immersed in a movie where you can rummage through drawers and sets. Basically, this is a "play" that takes place on several floors of a hotel where the audience are voyeurs into the story and can choose to follow different characters.
If my coworker didn't bring me here, I would have had no idea that there was a sandwich place down an unassuming staircase. A cheeky little faux-subway sign points you down to a cramped underground sandwich stand. I got the Highline sandwich, and it was delicious! Everything is organic and they consistently sell out of sandwiches during lunch so the other sandwiches must be amazing.
So we couldn't get into Joe's Shanghai because of the 40+ minute wait. We wandered into here and found out they are owned by the same guy (probably Joe). They also serve the same food (soup dumplings). Kinda weird. We couldn't compare it to the original but it couldn't be too much different considering they are 3 stores downs from each other ...
Interesting place. It took me a while to get the tri-lingual menu. The designer in me was dying because of the tight all-cap letterspacing. Anyway, the food was pretty good, great selection of beers. Tends to be a little loud so you have to shout to the person you're eating with to have a conversation.