At Mastro's, your meal begins at its front doors, where your eyes will no doubt feast on its unique entryway. Its front façade features windows through which water is steadily streaming, making the glass opaque so that you can't see into or out of the restaurant. The doors into the restaurant are made of the same water-glass and are lined on the bottom with thick brass rectangles, which echo the doors' brass hardware, including its large, c-shaped handles. Beyond the doors and to the right, still in the entryway proper, are two small tables for parties of two. Beyond those is a large staircase, which leads to Mastro’s second story, as well as a small bar that’s home to a television and a few comfortable chairs in which to sit while you sip your drink.
*Please note: Due to the dark nature of the restaurant and the fact that we do not retouch photographs as we aim to provide you with “the real deal” the pictures were the best we were able to obtain.