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We wouldn’t exactly call The MEET romantic. The décor, for starters, has a hunting lodge theme that consists of deer-antler lamps, red steer-horn chandeliers and a big, ultraviolet meat locker — it doesn’t exactly set the stage for romance. While The MEET is not the traditional wine-and-dine restaurant, it does provide a fun and unpretentious setting for a no-frills meal. We suggest heading to the recommended Shanghai restaurant for a meal with friends or a casual date night. You can share a signature Ningaloo Tomahawk steak and a bottle of rich Bordeaux, before ending the night with some fruit and fondue.