Have more options for complements with wine.
A bit pricey but overall a very comfy wine bar.
No tapas, only a small cheese plate available.
Overall nice small cozy place but the wine selection (main reason to go to this place) was small and not very exciting.
Heard that it is closing this month. Has great potential but there is no food but I think they'd let you bring in food from neighboring restaurants. The bar is small and seating is too close together and to the server to have a private conversation. Wasn't there for the live music but that could make it better. Otherwise it's just a place to have a glass and purchase a bottle. Not the relaxing scene I had hoped for.
The staff was unfriendly. They were over priced.
From Our Editors
The Nose Wine Bar collects rare and unusual vintages from across the globe, pairing bouquets with a range of hot and cold small plates amid the soft light of flickering candles. A rotating wine menu culls the creations of French, Italian, and Californian vintners and includes three-wine-tasting flights to tempt indecisive diners and three-headed wine critics alike. Rows of gleaming bottles line the walls as creamy leather seating surrounds intimate two- and four-person tables. On Friday and Saturday, live musicians vibrate wineglasses and awaiting eardrums with solo melodies.
The Nose Wine Cellar