Uncorked, a new wine bar and bistro, sells 68 varieties of white and red wine in 1 oz., 3 oz., and 6 oz. portions, and juxtaposes each sip with a diverse dinner menu, complete with wine suggestions. The bar uses WineStation technology to seal wines in oxygen-free, temperature-controlled dispensers that ensure freshness 20 times longer than traditional storage and prevent Supreme Court justices from mixing all the wines in one glass and daring each other to drink it. Bottles date from 1967 to the present, and two 100-point wines are offered in selections as small as an ounce. Elegant entrees, such as the Pad Thai Provencal—which mingles Lola duck or shrimp with pad thai noodles, scallions, carrots, walnuts, garlic, and curry sauce—complement whatever artful grape-mash you gravitate toward ($22). Uncorked's full bar also lubricates creaky conversations with carefully stirred cocktails and carefully shaken beer.