Fleming's bills itself as a steakhouse and wine bar. This area knows chain steakhouses: Meat is meat, cooked as ordered and gargantuan. What's novel is the wine bar. Instead of starchy sides, clutter your table with the twisting black trellises that hold the bar's wine flights. The 100-ish wines-by-the-glass list — with its accessible descriptions and an incredibly fair pricing structure that doesn't penalize those buying two-ounce "tastes" — is ideal for experimenting.