This chic little wine bar is all French sophistication and dark corners for canoodling, but at Delachaise, dinner is as tasty and rewarding as the vino. It could have been lifted lock, stock, and bottles from a Parisian neighborhood, but with an urbane international crowd lounging in the booths. The chalkboard menu lists an interesting array of wines, ports, and sherries. Couples tend to linger in the dark corners of Delachaise. Singles table-hop in the front where the windows look out on St. Charles Avenue (and, unfortunately, a gas station on one side).