Per Lei - A bit of South Beach flair infiltrates the typically stiff-lipped Upper East Side in this flamboyant Italian bistro. Translating to mean "for her," this principle becomes evident in the dozens of pop art oil paintings of women, handmade by Italian artist Fabrizio Musa, lining the dining room walls. Inside, bright orange chairs and white linen-draped tables are closely arranged under a dazzling chandelier; just steps through a set of French doors framed by gauzy white curtains lies a wraparound outdoor patio whose palm trees turn Second Avenue into Ocean Drive. That is, once you've imbibed several glasses of one of the imported Italian wines on hand (and should some errant sediment have settled its way to the bottom of your glass, do not allow the waiter to try to convince you its "good for your health" and demand a replacement instead). Aside from muddled mojitos, the tiny art deco bar offers up standard cocktails and beer. Nonetheless, its neon green Dayglo lining beckons passersby from the street, especially on Thursdays when DJ Sax spins lively beats.