Very comfortable atmosphere - an old home converted into a wine bar. Good eats available. Nice back porch with live music. Tremendous selection of wines, all available by the glass. The one catch: you may pay through the nose for a bottle of wine; most wine bars price their bottles far less than this place seems to. Then, they price their glasses off those high bottle prices by making a glass = 1/4 the bottle price across the board. So, you have to be careful what you buy because you may be paying more than you really should. However, in balance, it's a great place to visit and hang out.
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