This low-lit, two-level saloon is perennially packed with young professionals. Grab a seat at the bar before the towering wall of booze (accessed by a rolling library ladder) for a prime spot amid the post-work revelry. Walls and ceilings are paneled in reclaimed barrel wood, candlelit corners invite canoodling, and the skilled, 1920s-attired bartenders make cocktails that are boozy yet refined. (The multi-person punch bowls are popular.) Stick around: Inhibitions fade after 10pm, when the music gets louder and the lounge-y scene evolves into a late-night dance party.