Hearth and Insieme peeps land a Brooklyn jewel for their wine bar crown. Similar vibe to downtown Manhattan spots, combining under-control prices and top bites. Interior goes modern-rustic, with ex... read more
Wine bar named for a footstool, serving up plenty of curds. Chalkboard menu breaks it down into bloomy rinds, washed rinds, aged, blues, and more. Smart wine list to accompany, plus a full bar. Sto... read more
Fine sipping right across from Fort Greene Park. Quiet landmark street hosts wine bar from Penang vet. Name nods to French grape, petite copper-topped bar doubles as wine storage, with well-curated... read more
Sleek new spot just off McCarren, does double duty with dining and drinking. For the former, haute takes on wine bar faves: deviled eggs, crostini, Sprout Creek Farm cheese plates. Warm bag of crou... read more
Bushwick reaches the wine bar stage of urban development. Bodega as in "wine cellar," not as in sketchy corner spot for smokes and Slim Jims -- Spanish bar culture is a major inspiration here. Smal... read more
Booze and writers go together like wine and cheese. Find all four at this neighborly Williamsburg bar. Vintage stools and black and white tile make for rustic, Euro feel. The wine swings New World,... read more
Wine bar takes inspiration from 1660 map by Jacques Cortelyou -- a name familiar at least to Ditmas residents. Spin-off of Mimi's Hummus a nice place for a grown-up evening of charcuterie and stell... read more
Escape from rowdy Bedford Avenue to this quiet wine lounge. Like its neighbor and older sister, D.O.C. Wine Bar, the cozy space is decorated in a Sardinian style: white plaster, wood accents, legit... read more
Simple and classic winebar rocking the ever-reliable wood, brick, and pressed tin look. Low candlelight flatters on date nights. Knows its wine forward and back, a big plus if you don't. Menu is as... read more
Next weekend leave the Zipcar on Kent. Cutchogue all up in this bitch, with new satellite location of Long Island winery settled near the shores of the East River. House-made chardonnay, pinot gris... read more
Smith Street’s cozy backwoods farmhouse. Full-bore rustic from the wood-paneled façade to the whitewashed planks inside to the live fireplace crackling in back. Gowanus locals sip from... read more
Raise a glass of Delirium and toast latest Dumbo oasis. Former factory mezzanine a large, columned space with vaulted terracotta ceilings and big windows. Shades of Spain, tulip chandeliers emit wa... read more
Classy wine bar where sophistos unite. Extensive list, heavy on the French and Cali vintages. Tasting flights start at $15, hit three vintages each. Small plates of fromage to accompany. Yuppies an... read more
Gunning for Prohibition-era good time spirit, i.e. leg-paralyzing Jamaican Ginger neurotoxin namesake. Look for somewhat safer/classier hootch here, with fifty wines by the glass, whiskey list acco... read more
Pays homage to the Kurt Vonnegut novel, provides trip to alternate dimension. Kitsch aesthetic, packs bookshelves with out-of-print bestsellers, thrift store tchotchkes. Keeps the people entertaine... read more
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Oysters and cocktails at 1 Delancey. Named for Marcel Duchamp&rsquo...