Two streets and one block over from Times Square, a new steakhouse has Wall Street buzzing.Hunt & Fish Club ' the $5 million brainchild of founders restaurateur Eytan Sugarman, financier Nelson Braff, and hedge fund maven Anthony Scaramucci ' has taken over the city with its dramatic interior and classy, throw-back vibe.'When these guys were designing it, I wanted to see Leonardo DiCaprio. You know that light, light pink suit he's wearing in 'The Great Gatsby''' Scaramucci told The New York Post in the paper's recent feature on the restaurant. 'I wanted him standing at the bar in that custom suit saying, 'OK, this is the right spot for this guy.''Already, the new spot has attracted a fair amount of celebrities and big wigs. According to The Post, Carl Icahn, Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia, and music mogul Timbaland have all stopped by.Friends of reality star Kim Kardashian Brittany Gastenau and Jonathan Cheban have also made a few trips, as has actor Mario Lopez.A photo posted by Jonathan Cheban (@jonathancheban) on Jan 7, 2015 at 6:41pm PSTAdding to the steakhouse's street cred, Page Six wrote that the son of Mario Gabelli, chairman and chief executive officer of GAMCO Investors, was thrown out of the restaurant. He was reportedly shouting 'Do you know who my father is' He runs this city!'With two huge floors, 180 seats, and the former executive sous chef Jeff Kreisel of Porter House New York at the helm, Hunt & Fish Club promises to be a new hotspot for NYC steak enthusiasts.Upon entering, guests walk into the dark 'Black Room' lobby with a backlit bar and artwork by renowned artist Roy Nachum, whose work has been collected by Jay Z and Tom Brady. Nachum designed the restaurant along with his creative partner Studio Iyor.A photo posted by Hunt & Fish Club ' (@huntandfishclub) on Jan 6, 2015 at 9:45pm PSTThey are then led into the beautiful 'White Room' main dining area, which has a 40 foot by 20 foot chrome chandelier that hovers over guests as they dig into 26-ounce bone-in rib-eye, oysters, and fresh seafood entries.A photo posted by Hunt & Fish Club ' (@huntandfishclub) on Jan 6, 2015 at 9:47pm PSTFor private dinner parties, Hunt & Fish Club also has a smaller 'Green Room' with an arched skylight and self-watering, living green wall.Downstairs, there's a glass-encased infinity wine cellar and a 'Blue Room' that's dedicated to events with Roman-inspired reliefs around the mirrored ceiling.In addition to the Blue Room, the downstairs area hasanother bar as well as a shoe shining service that will polish patron's shoes for free and give them back to you under the table, according to The Post.A photo posted by Hunt & Fish Club ' (@huntandfishclub) on Jan 6, 2015 at 9:33pm PSTHunt & Fish Club has both lunch and dinner menus with prices ranging from an $18 burger at lunch to dry aged porterhouse for two priced at $110. There's myriad sides, including Parmesan fries, truffle tater tots, and the classic creamed spinach.A photo posted by Hunt & Fish Club ' (@huntandfishclub) on Jan 13, 2015 at 8:05pm PSTA photo posted by Jonathan Cheban (@jonathancheban) on Jan 7, 2015 at 7:33pm PSTLunch and dinner prix fixes start at $45 for lunch and $75 for dinner, as well as a seafood prix fix option for $40.A photo posted by Hunt & Fish Club ' (@huntandfishclub) on Jan 9, 2015 at 10:39pm PSTA photo posted by Hunt & Fish Club ' (@huntandfishclub) on Jan 10, 2015 at 10:51am PSTJoining Executive Chef Jeff Kreisel is James Beard Award-winning pastry chef Richard Leah from Park Avenue Cafe. He has been coming up with a series of phenomenal desserts, from a devil's food cake with chocolate ganache, to a gorgeous coconut angel food cake with caramel sauce.A photo posted by Hunt & Fish Club ' (@huntandfishclub) on Jan 6, 2015 at 9:51pm PSTA photo posted by Hunt & Fish Club ' (@huntandfishclub) on Jan 7, 2015 at 7:25pm PSTExpect to see a lot more of New York's finest flocking to Hunt & Fish Club and make a reservation now before they're booked through 2015.A photo posted by Hunt & Fish Club ' (@huntandfishclub) on Jan 21, 2015 at 9:54pm PSTSEE ALSO:The Best Steakhouses in America, According To OpenTableDON'T FORGET:Follow Business Insider's Life on Facebook!Join the conversation about this story Click here to read full news..