A trip to this South Park destination near a tire factory might not bring to mind the cobblestone streets of Paris’s own Left Bank. But tuck into the microstudio-size wine-bar-slash-shop and gaze upon the old-world, naturally produced French bottles lining the walls and suddenly the name makes sense. That wall, plus a tiny bar with lots of records and a nook with padded seats, all come together to create genuinely charming digs. Wines are affordable—bottles generally run $10 to $25—and are accompanied by tasting notes and a Spotify playlist. And while you can talk low-intervention gamay at Left Bank, you can also grab a $3 Rainier or a $5 house red—you know, like the neighborhood bar it is.