This Davy's wine bar is underneath Friary Court, an unusual "quarter moon" shaped 1980s office building (hence the name - get tit?). You cannot miss it, because it's pink! There is a "sit down" restaurant area which I have never used, but I visit the wine bar regularly at lunch time with a group of friends. We tend to sit down for several bottles of wine plus sandwiches, chips and mini sausages, which banishes the hunger pangs very effectively. The house Rioja is a favourite with us at just over £20 per bottle and the sandwich variety is good. Whilst not huge, there is plenty of room for groups from 2 - 6 to stand or sit. Trying to sit a group of more than 6 would be tricky though. We usually book a table, although that isn't essential unless there are a lot of you. As mentioned by another reviewer, access is down a narrow staircase, so not recommended to anyone who struggles with stairs. This aside, The Habit, is a cut above the usual Davy's wine bare and good competition for others in that market.
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