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The long, narrow dining room at The MEET might strike you as either 1980s-kitsch or a refreshing break from traditional leather-and-burgundy steakhouses. Whatever your outlook, the design of The MEET is far from boring. Reminiscent of a tricked-out hunting lodge, the bright dining room has booths upholstered in cream and a long row of dark wood tables. The floor running down the center is made of rounds of wood, and above, a row of red glass chandeliers shaped like steer antlers ramble across the ceiling. Continuing its unabashed beef-worship theme, a meat locker glows pink at the entrance and is full of different cuts of beef ageing in the cool, ultraviolet light. On the other end of the room is a gleaming stainless-steel brewing tank that connects to The BREW, the beer bar downstairs. It makes for a stunning visual, but even better, the staff will happily grab a pint for you to sample.