Serving an eclectic menu in keeping with its dynamic décor, El Pinton suits atypical palettes in an Instagram-ready space. Located inside a former textile warehouse, the cavernous main room marries the best of contrasting eras. The white brick archways atop marble columns are illuminated by a mesh skylight and sprinkled with potted trees. Book ahead to sit here, as the side room doesn’t share the same sparkle. Mains that hit the mark include the mini oxen slider burgers with roasted potatoes or the almost rare, red tuna tartar covered in tangy wasabi mayonnaise.