The name and style of this swank Russian restaurant, which takes over the old Pizzeria Uno space, is inspired by Alexander Pushkin’s famous novel "Eugene Onegin." Judging from the glamorous revitalization of dining area—think glittery chandelier, plush chairs, mural-splashed ceiling—it's just the place the fictional dandy would have dined in. What might he eat, you ask? Onegin (pronounced on-again) serves an array of classic Russian dishes like bowls of bright red borsht, rich chicken Kiev with truffle mashed potatoes, and mushroom strudel. You'll also find wild trout and sturgeon cooked in a traditional wood-burning furnace called a pechka. The innovative cocktail list includes Russian-inspired tipples like Birch Royal (birch juice and prosecco) and Pimm's and Kvas, a Pimm's Cup redo made here with a brand of Russian root beer.