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The views out the windows at The MEET aren’t particularly spectacular, as they look onto a big road and parking lot. You’ll find much better views right inside the Shanghai restaurant. In the front of the dining room stands stainless-steel brewing equipment (there’s a brewery just downstairs) that reflects the golden light of the venue below. Also worth a peek is the recommended restaurant’s glassed-in meat locker, where huge hunks of meat hang on hooks, ageing in the chilly room. If you want, you can examine the cuts of meat you’re interested in before ordering. This look-and-order approach is just another fun detail that The MEET offers its guests.