"Little kitchen" just sounds so much better in Italian. Truth in advertising here, as joint is intimate: just a handful of tables plus a couple of stools at the bar. Mirrored walls, chic accents wi... read more
Hearth and Insieme peeps drop an outpost of their beloved wine bar on the High Line. Prime al fresco location on the Lower Chelsea Market Passage, with Hudson and skyline views. Wines reflect ... read more
Maslow 6 Wine Shop saves Tribecans the trouble of operating a corkscrew. Long glass wall offsets wine bar spin-off stocked with small producers. Freaky Fridays for sampling rare vintages from Brazi... read more
“The Paris of the West” exports popular Nob Hill wine bar. Owners are from France, stock lengthy list with stellar Gallic and Cali vintages. Small plates to match: escargot, braised lam... read more
Sliver of a wine bar makes a nice neighborhoody spot for a tipple. Votives cast flattering light, old bricks back up friendly bar staff. Art on the walls sourced from nabe creatives. Small producti... read more
Master Sommelier Laura Maniec drops a wine bar slash oenophilic classroom on Union Square. Wide-ranging list offers three dozen wines by the glass, a couple hundred by the bottle. Remember, pairing... read more
Ignore that Astor Place address, wine bar is actually entered from Cooper Square, inside Gwathmey Siegel's glass atrocity. Grown-up interior highlighted by wine wall with 1,500 bottles from across ... read more
Name sounds like a ‘70s singing act, but nothing schmaltzy about well-crafted Austrian wine bar. From the way-underrated Seäsonal folks comes a pocket of Euro rusticity on Avenue C. Base... read more
All-star dell'anima and L'Artusi crew opens nearby wine bar. Informed list drops one hundred-plus vintages, loaded with rare organics, biodynamics, and a few amphorae-aged vinos, too. Detail-orient... read more
Hearth and Insieme peeps spin off their EVill original wine bar. Similar vibe, similar combo of under-control prices and top bites. Small plates trump short entrée list. Bruschetta, hand-c... read more
Turks & Frogs peeps bring Galleryland another place to pop a cork. Wine bar focuses on Euro vintages, strong in Italian, French, and Spanish, although also straying to Cali, Australia, and Arge... read more
From the Stone Street Mafia, an ode to oak barrels. Intimate FiDi lounge has more single-malts from the Inner Hebrides than ruched leather stools. Mammoth list of brown liquor, including five pages... read more
Italian duo brings world of wine to Second Avenue. Serious vintages, from distant parts (South America and former Soviet satellites are represented.) Small plate vittles to fill your belly, strong ... read more
Pity the schlub seeking a chocolate brown velveteen for his sectional here. Sign's been hanging for thirty years, so it stays even as Wallsé chef Kurt Gutenbrunner seriously rearranges the f... read more
Frogs go a courtin’: Le Père Pinard and Les Enfants Terribles peeps drop romantic wine bar on LoHo fringe. Blackboard menu downplays cookery, brings ceviche, carpaccio, raw cheese from... read more
Smart little winebar squirreled away between B and C. Nabe place, done up quaint with pressed tin ceilings, exposed brick, candles, café chairs. Eclectic wine list stays in rotation, skippin... read more
Big, long, Euro-style interior checks off expected touches: high blond-wood tables, recessed lighting, suited sommelier-tenders. Chill scene of young nabe pros noshing on pressed panini, small plat... read more
Ain't a party 'til someone takes a hostage. EVill wine spot lives on after 2002 debacle when loony pulls a gun, spews racist shit, then gets taken down by two ass-kicking blondes. In NYC, that San... read more
Brought to you by the owners of room and otheroom, natch. Kick out the jams in this industrial steel, slate, and cement singles mecca. Rotating art exhibits hang above velvet benches. Indie rock gr... read more
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