CUT has three wine cellars, each filled with a wonderful assortment of wines. The first, you'll notice, is located over the bar, which is a dark, highly polished corner bar with a cream base that holds approximately nine people on comfortable, low-backed chrome and leather stools. On the far left wall lies a small flat screen TV, and there are about four rows of bottles on three wooden shelves that hold a variety of spirits, each lit by tiny spotlights. Above this lies the wine cellar; from the top of the bar to the ceiling, it's the largest of CUT's three cellars. Suspended from a drop ceiling above the bar are box-shaped pendant lights with rectilinear sheets of glass that are textured with a large circle held together with stainless steel or chrome. Inside each pendant light is an electric candle that creates quite a dramatic effect. Rows of two of these boxes are suspended from the drop ceiling by long, thin metal fasteners. The wine cellar itself, which stretches to the top of the regular ceiling, is made of glass framed in walnut and cream wood, which is shaped as 16 framed windows on each of the two sides of the cellar that are visible from the lounge. Overall the restaurant has an extensive wine list with about 2,500 bottles and more than 650 labels from the United States -- California and Washington -- France, Italy, Austria, Australia, Spain, Argentina, Hungary, Portugal and more. The wine list is so large, in fact, that it needs to be brought to you in a binder. It also includes half bottles and large format bottles, which are 1.5 liters. CUT also has a beer, cognac, armagnac and port list, not to mention a special wine preservation system that ensures all wines by the glass are served at optimum freshness. The restaurant's second wine cellar is a glass-encased cellar by the bar that houses white wine. The third is not visible from the bar and houses the restaurant's special selections, including the high-end Bordeaux and Burgundies. An added lovely touch is that wine priming is done tableside in the restaurant -- not exactly an everyday occurrence at most restaurants!