This filament-lit, minimalist spot is here when you’re looking for something else for two—say, something of the liquid sort. You’ll want to start at the long, angled zinc bar with some sparkling blanc de blancs. After which you’ll be ready to explore the wide range of organic wines—with a heavy slant toward new-world styles like Dry Creek’s Madame Preston, as well as a few old-world Rhône blends like Remeage from France.
And while it’s a wine bar first, you’ll see that the food menu extends beyond the expected cheese plate and reveals full-on dinner-grade options.
Owner Chris Tavelli — who also has Dogpatch gem Yield Wine Bar and directs the wine program at Millennium — has curated a list of eco-friendly, globally sourced wines to hold center stage with a vegetable- and seafood-centric menu to round things out.