The Low Down
Where to Sit: Larger groups can reserve the patio in the smaller downstairs back room, or in the upstairs alcove ideal for one long table.
What to Drink: A prodigious wine list offers some hard-to-find labels from France, Spain, Italy and the New World; one top feature is the off-menu half-glass pour for half the price, which allows for experimentation or a perfect pairing with every dish.
Parking: Street parking isn't easy along this stretch--your best bet is the $5.50 valet.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by KidScore at KidScore
A.O.C. is a wine bar and restaurant that features exotic cheeses and expertly prepared meals. Entree prices exceed $15, but the prices are fair consid...
By at Gayot
Bustling, upscale A.O.C. pioneered the small plate concept locally and draws folks looking simply for a glass of Cotes du Rhone and a slice of pate... Read More
Another Outstanding Chow at AOC
By Alli411 at Menuism
Buddy and I have an annual tradition of having our holiday feast at A.O.C. on 3rd Street. We finally got... Read More
By Jennifer S at Insider Pages
I had never had Tapas before, but this was a good place to experiment. It was quite pricey, but we weren't paying! Their wine list was incredible. ... Read More
consistently good tapas
By bluepupae at Menuism
small plates eating, my personal favorite way of eating, is like designing your own tasting menu, which can... Read More
Fun restaurant to go to for a grown up meal....
By DanielPaul at Menuism
Fun restaurant to go to for a grown up meal. Great place to share lots of small dishes. Very diverse cheese... Read More