Graffiti - What you see once you walk in the door is exactly what you get at this teeny self-described "bistro-bakery" that's quite arguably smaller than most Manhattan studio apartments. Taking up residence in a former East Village handbag shop, the four dark wood square tables crammed inside can accommodate just 18 people at a time. But here, size doesn't matter and it's well worth the trip (and, for claustrophobics, a Xanax) to sip wine or beer in the living-room-like setting Jean Georges vet Jehangir Mehta designed himself. While there is no physical bar (a curio cabinet contains all the booze), call ahead to reserve a comfy two-seater alcove across the selections of the day, taped like graffiti across two patinaed mirrors. Whether you order Veuve Cliquot champagne from France or Don Prospero Sauvignon Blanc from Uruguay, the 22 labels of red, white and bubbly cost just $8 a glass or $25 a bottle. To really get your money's worth, request the "drink sensibly, leave sensibly" program, where $35 gets you unlimited wine—as long as you leave sensibly. Beer drinkers have less pressing decisions to make: it's either Guinness or 33 Export Lager, imported from Vietnam.