Inside what was once the mansion of tobacco merchant George Buchanan, the Corinthian has an ostentatiously elegant restaurant where you can dine under a 26-foot-high glass dome as classical statues stare in your direction. The menu offers a good selection of seafood and steaks from the standard to the enormous. The gloomy basement, once a criminal court, now houses a beer and champagne bar. Among the other on-site drinking establishments is the Prohibition Bar, which uses teacups rather than glasses. You can also enjoy afternoon tea in an elegant dining room.