Pente, Hi... Always good to see you on the forum!
Some say that the dining options in Lyon are even better than those of Paris. Indeed, literally dozens of truly great places to eat. Whenever I am in the city for more than a day, at least one of my meals is taken at Leon de Lyon, a long established and thoroughly traditional brasserie with lovely decor, fine service and excellent cuisine.
On my last visit I also visited Les Terrasses de Lyon, more formal than Leon but no less warm and welcoming with the addition of a magnificent view of the city from the terrace. I also returned to Pierre Orsi, the most formal and most expensive of the three but worth every hard earned penny.
Leon de Lyon
1 rue Pleney
Les Terrasses de Lyon
25 montee St. Barthelemy
3 Place Kleber
As to fine wine shops the shop I invariably patronize in Lyon is that of Georges dos Santos. In addition to being quite well informed about the wines of both Burgundy and Beaujolais his shop has well over 4,500 bottles on display and for sale at prices that compete with those you will find anywhere on the planet. The shop is on rue de Boeuf (I do not have the number, but it's a small street and you can't miss it).