Crush, inside the old-fashioned house on Madison near 23rd, is very posh, with its all-white tables and banquettes and Verner Panton chairs (which have a sexy little bounce to them). Dinner is priced accordingly. But now you can “arouse your senses,” as they say—it’s their tagline, and it’s terrible, but it’s true—at the sleek little bar and on the lavender-filled hidden patio at the new happy hour. On the menu of small bites: pork rind chicharrónes, Painted Hills short-rib sliders, mascarpone potato croquettes, and more for $4 to $12. To drink: Twelve-dollar flights of fine wine. (Crush, 2319 E Madison St, 302-7874, happy hour 5–7 pm)