The Low Down
What to Drink: Get a big taste of the dozen-plus wines for a fraction of its bottle price. Pair different tastes with varying tapas for a genuine wine bar experience.
Where to Sit: What the narrow dining space offers in ambiance it lacks in audibility. Grab a seat at one of the six sidewalk tables for cooler, quieter conversation.
When to Go: Some of the brunch dishes are particularly interesting. Stop by Saturday or Sunday to sample dishes like truffle egg toast, brie and mushroom frittata and butternut squash risotto.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Along Third Street's crowded restaurant row, this homey storefront eatery features a long wine bar on one side of the candlelit, sage-green room, with polished wood tables and banquettes on the other. The distinctly European vibe isâ¦
Intimate place for a relaxing or romantic...
By jennyc3 at Menuism
Intimate place for a relaxing or romantic night. Must try their special reds and charcuterie plate. Read More