Jiu Zhuang

You’ll be feeling very Raise the Red Lantern as you step into the ornate, boudoir-ish interiors (think lots of mahogany and red) of this premium pour bar inspired by Shanghai in the roaring ‘20s. Even the haughtiest of dames will be pleased with their wine list (from $60)—dominated by Old World wines, Chinese wines and Champagne, of course—as well as other offerings like sakes (from $90) and whiskeys ($200). Also worth mentioning is the dim sum selection (from $12), which includes whiskey-infused xiao long bao and drunken chicken roulade. Yes, please.