Rarely does a night club succeed at being both cool and cozy. Zibibbo does. Maybe it's the decor, which could aptly be described as "bright colors colliding," yet comes off as neither garish nor contrived. There's that glass sculpture, that curved black-granite bar, those inviting rouge-red couches. The cocktails are stiff, the cigars are quality. Neither is cheap, but that's OK. You don't go to Zibibbo to chug. You go there to marinate.