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Azul Restaurant Review: No need to worry about the party getting started at Azul because, the truth is, it never stops. This casual, two-story eatery, located in the historic 1920s General Telephone building, has a club-like vibe and a largely young and gay clientele. The restaurant’s signature red awning is a beacon along North Palm Canyon Drive, and beckons passersby with its revolving door of patrons. Curry chicken skewers, pulled pork sliders with melted mozzarella, and sushi plates are among options on the tapas-inspired menu. Entrées, such as the mussels steamed in garlic, coconut and lemon grass, are almost too good to share. Sunday brunch offerings are sure to cure any Saturday night regrets, but when your desire for a hair of the dog rears its head, order a house-made Bloody Mary.