The dramatic interiors play off doors that are open to the pool and strains of hip-hop that filter in with the breeze. There's something at once eclectic and, yes, a little pretentious about Dragonfly. The whole scene is rather Cabaret-esque. The European decor, the waitresses' seductive uniforms, the illusion that in here, everything is beautiful. It may be a little self-involved, but there is nothing illusory about chef Daniel Landsberg's menu. It is beautiful.