This dimly-lit, bi-level, low-ceiling space (basketball players stay away), is going for a 40s, post WWII-influenced vibe. As the Flatiron’s newest heir to MPD’s Bistro Bagatelle’s throne, Catch-22 features comfy leather banquettes and ottomans, a foosball table, an army helmet behind the expansive bar, and army-inspired art. A restaurant by day and bottle-service lounge by night, this joint has an eclectic menu of tapas (think lamb skewers, ceviche – priced between $8-17). Upstairs is where the real action is – the intimate, smaller space overlooks the main floor via a cozy balcony. It’s also where the DJ booth is and there’s a smaller, second bar. There are plenty of tables on both levels to enjoy your $750 bottle of Dom Perignon Rosé later in the evening when the clipboards and promoters come out. Cocktails go for $14 and wine by the glass is priced between $8 and $10.