4 wine bars to try in New York 4 wine bars to try in New York

16 Oct , 2018

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From bars, to cafes, to hotel lounges, there is no shortage of places to find a glass of wine in New York City. The hundreds of different options can sometimes be overwhelming.

We’ve put together a list of four hot spots to check out this season. Each spot is perfect for heading out with a group of friends, your partner, or even going solo.

 

Vin Sur Vingt

This French wine bar serves light French fare to compliment their continuously rotating wine list of 250 wines, 50 of which are by the glass. Even though there are six VSV’s across the city, each one gives off a quaint neighborhood feel.

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Find them in the West Village, NoMad, Plaza Hotel, Upper West Side, Tribeca & Riverside Blvd.

 

June Wine Bar

Located in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, June has a great atmosphere and an even better wine list highlighting natural wine producers. Cozy, dark-wooded décor will welcome you during these upcoming colder months, while the back garden is there to enjoy when the sun is shining and warm weather prevails.

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Order any of their seasonal small plates to accompany the wines.

 

AOC East

A cozy French wine bar + bistro with two locations - Upper East Side and the West Village. The food and wine menu focus on local, organic, and biodynamic farming. The wine list is handpicked with bottle and by the glass options from different French appellations.

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The Ten Bells

Looking for natural wine in Manhattan? Look no further than The Ten Bells. Their menu is all about organic, biodynamic, and natural wines with an emphasis on unique, small producers. The tapas style food menu was created by their chef to compliment the wines.

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Head to the Lower East Side to enjoy a glass (or bottle) in a charming and pleasantly unpretentious space.

It isn’t uncommon for a winemaker to be in pouring their wine by the glass for those at the bar.

 

 

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From bars, to cafes, to hotel lounges, there is no shortage of places to find a glass of wine in New York City. The hundreds of different options can sometimes be overwhelming.

We’ve put together a list of four hot spots to check out this season. Each spot is perfect for heading out with a group of friends, your partner, or even going solo.

 

Vin Sur Vingt

This French wine bar serves light French fare to compliment their continuously rotating wine list of 250 wines, 50 of which are by the glass. Even though there are six VSV’s across the city, each one gives off a quaint neighborhood feel.

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Find them in the West Village, NoMad, Plaza Hotel, Upper West Side, Tribeca & Riverside Blvd.

 

June Wine Bar

Located in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, June has a great atmosphere and an even better wine list highlighting natural wine producers. Cozy, dark-wooded décor will welcome you during these upcoming colder months, while the back garden is there to enjoy when the sun is shining and warm weather prevails.

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Order any of their seasonal small plates to accompany the wines.

 

AOC East

A cozy French wine bar + bistro with two locations - Upper East Side and the West Village. The food and wine menu focus on local, organic, and biodynamic farming. The wine list is handpicked with bottle and by the glass options from different French appellations.

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The Ten Bells

Looking for natural wine in Manhattan? Look no further than The Ten Bells. Their menu is all about organic, biodynamic, and natural wines with an emphasis on unique, small producers. The tapas style food menu was created by their chef to compliment the wines.

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Head to the Lower East Side to enjoy a glass (or bottle) in a charming and pleasantly unpretentious space.

It isn’t uncommon for a winemaker to be in pouring their wine by the glass for those at the bar.