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No matter how many times you definitely make eye contact with Cardi B mid-song, a night at a club isn’t going to end well if you go in on an empty stomach. So when your plans include Kaos at the Palms, start at Shark right next door. Share things from the seafood-heavy menu like shrimp escabeche, tacos, and sushi and sashimi, though keep in mind that the portions are pretty small. The one thing that must be on the table even if everyone only gets a bite is the soft scrambled eggs with sea urchin and chive pesto, and spicy tomato toast, which feels like a weird dinner order but is worth it.

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