We visited while staying at the Conrad. Dropped in mid afternoon and sat at the bar. Have about 8-10 wine sampling stations within the restaurant. Each station had approx 12 bottles at each station categorized by type of wine. Bottles of wine had a digital price cost ( for 2 ounces) above the dispensing nozzle. The method of preserving the wine was nitrogen displacement. We opted for ordering a regular pour of wine by the glass and ordered a nice cheese plate with charcuterie with sliced apples and toasted bread. It was convenient and fun. We came later at night (a Saturday) and it was very busy and noisy. We ordered wine by the glass and ordered small pizzas that were very good. Even thought we did not opt for the sampling stations...it was obviously very popular with other guests. Not cheap but a nice concept and would visit again.
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