The shelves of wine bottles at Dickson Wine Bar stretch all the way to the ceiling. Which is a lot of stretching since the dining room encompasses two tiers, including a cozy second-floor bar and interior balcony. Lights behind the shelves filter through the standing and supine bottles, highlighting the vivid tones of varietals gathered from around the world. When not admiring the view from the expansive front windows, guests admire a menu of small plates that includes cheeses, charcuterie, and flatbreads, along with three types of bánh mì sandwiches. And, for the adventurous drinker, there is even a menu of wine-based cocktails, such as the hard palmer, made with earl grey vodka, lemonade, and prosecco, or the dead sea, mixed with spiced rum, red wine, and ginger beer.