OK, for "champs" the Schramsberg at $110 is absurd given the retail price but it's a nice wine. Pol Roger for $135 is also OK.
Lots of CA SBs for lowish prices. I only recognize Hartwell, it's not bad. There are a couple for $75 that I've not heard of. There is a chard for $115 that I've also not heard of. Sea Smoke for $210 is less offensive that many of the other prices.
There are some very cheap rieslings that I've not heard of either but that are worth asking the somm about. If the menu is like TFL (and it is) then Riesling woudl be a very good choice for the food, the early courses will all want white and a white with some "viscosity" and residual sugar will be a better match than a super-dry. Ditto on the Gruner Veltiner. I see many in the $100 range.
There are several cheap Italian and Spanish whites, you really can't go wrong though they will be on the dry side, I'd prefer one of the Germans or Austrians. Although, personally, I'd be all over the Tondoia Riserva 1998 for $135, or the 96 for $130 that is great stuff that lives forever.
Some good Alsace selections, a basic Trimbach for $70 is to be considered a terrific bargain on that list.
White burg is a hose-fest, but they do have a Roulot (awesome producer) for $175, very young however and still rather badly overpriced.
For reds, there is a Morgan Pinot for $95. A solid producer. Nothing great, fine with food though. Zin is to me too "rustic" for the food but they do have some well priced Zins with age. Otherwise the domestic red list is offensive.
A Dolcetto for $75 is tempting. As is, sort of, an altisino Brunello for $165. If you get that, order it right when you sit down and ask them to decant it immediately. A $95 chianti sounds heretical at a place like Per Se but it will go nicely with almost any dish. I don't know what the Marche wine is but I like the look of the blend and price is nice, plus it has some age. I would, though rather spend $35 more for the Brunello.
Tempted also by the $150 Rioja.
Forget red burg. Though the Beauj selection is OK. In Bandol, a 2001 Pibarnon is a nice wine, $175 is not outrageous.
The red Bord selection is wholly offensive.