Hopefully you carry a copy of the periodic table in your pocket, so you don't miss the silver reference (ahem). In recent years, this wine bar has proven a grooming ground for potential Master Sommelier candidates, and, currently, Carlton McCoy, the youngest MS in the world at age 30 -- along with Nick Barb (formerly of Eleven Madison Park) -- oversees a wine program that spans 100 pages, with about 50 wines by the glass and roughly 2,000 bottle options. It's like perusing Finnegans Wake for you, but for an MS, it's like plowing through People. Burgundy, Bordeaux, the Rhône, and Italy represent, while some up-and-comers like Bierzo (Spain), Santorini (Greece), and South America get to shine as well. “Alpine American Cuisine” is dished up by adept chefs, and a fun draw is a nightly game called “Dealer's Choice”, wherein McCoy presents a wine concealed in a velvet bag and self-professed pro winos give it their best guesses. And no, it's not Two-Buck Chuck.