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The 10 Best Wine Bars in New York City


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New York City is one of the best places in the world to drink wine.

There are retail shops with unparalleled variety and an ever-expanding array of nationally acclaimed wine-centric spaces that blur the lines between wine bar and destination restaurant: Four Horsemen, Claud, Wildair, Place des Fêtes, Vinatería, Clay, Pinch Chinese, June, Chambers and Contento, among many others. Pioneering places like Terroir and Ten Bells are still going strong, and new spots open seemingly every month.

At the same time, the wine-bar-as-restaurant trend means it’s not easy to find a neighborhood spot where you can casually drop in without a reservation and share an eye-opening glass with a friend.  

As Grant Reynolds, co-owner of Parcelle Wine Bar in New York, says, “I dream of sitting at a corner booth in Balthazar, casually sipping a glass of wine and people watching before going to dinner elsewhere, but you just don’t do that.”

However, at these ten places, you can—and while they offer food, wine always takes center stage.

The 10 Best Wine Bars in New York City

Aldo Sohm Wine Bar

Named for the wine director of neighboring restaurant Le Bernardin (and author of Wine Simple) Aldo Sohm…

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