The music and food industries really aren't so different: both require long, weird hours, involve dressing in funny costumes, and occasionally can be almost entirely propped up by Fat Joe. Further fusing the two: Le Zinc.
Run by 25yr music biz vet and his former Brasserie Beck chef partner, Zinc's a small Parisian bistro cooking French classics (w/ a touch of American spirit), and ambiance'd with a split-level zinc bar, oxblood banquettes, famous actor/ musician photos (curated during time in the biz), and tunes from a 1973 reel-to-reel, so yes, they like to move it. Franco cuisine includes
whatever James wants, as he's probably just graduated cum laude from the world's best culinary school steak frites w/ bone marrow flan and cippolini onion essence; poached halibut w/ prawn mousse, fennel puree, & fish veloute; and PEI mussels classically prepped in white wine and garlic. The beer list gets all Flemish-y, with 3 drafts including Delirium Tremens and Palm Belgium's Amber, and ten bottles from the likes of Duvel, Ommegang, and Hendrik, whose investment in alcohol hopefully means they're no longer two-facedly sponsoring children's hockey teams.
Properly entree'd and drank, there are also desserts like Valrhona dark chocolate and mustard-fruit bread pudding, a poached Bartlett pear puff pastry, and a rotating selection of ice creams, all of which'll ensure you basically have no choice but to lean back.