Angel's Share - Hidden behind a Japanese restaurant and above a bookstore, Angel’s Share is famous for its well-mixed cocktails (ex. lychee martini). As famous as a secret bar can be that is. The long and narrow space, which fails to resemble a rococo salon of an anglophile, brings to mind rather an Orient Express car with leather booths and seats put almost in a train-like manner and paired with chandeliers, polished wood, posh curtains and plump cherubs painted above the bar. That being said, Angel’s Share has seating issues. Of course it is understandable that a small space requires special arrangements, but the ‘seating code’ here is nothing but strict. There is no standing around, and waits for tables get pretty long, with only groups of four or less being seated.