Veritas Wine Bar

229 Pennsylvania Avenue Southeast, Washington, DC 20003 Directions
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Report | a year ago
Take the suggestions of your server.
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Report | a year ago
Get a flight or ask for reccomendations. This place is great relaxed and easy going.
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Report | a year ago
Jamie is the man! He's extremely knowledgeable about the menu. Great selection of wines, cheeses and meats. Awesome experience and can't wait to go back.
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Report | a year ago
Very cozy, great wine cellar vibe-- excellent wine list, and Jamie is such a gracious and knowledgeable host! Loved everything we tasted and tried!
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Very good. Waiter was helpful and attentive.
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Report | a year ago
The wine flights are an excellent way to get introduced to their offerings.
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Report | 2 years ago
We had a great time! The bartender this past Wednesday evening was very friendly and made nice recommendations. We'll be back for sure.
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delightful
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Report | 2 years ago
It was quaint, food was ok and wine selection was definitely robust, but I won't make a special effort to go back. It's too far away and too expensive.
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The staff was very helpful in making wine and cheese selctions
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Evocative aromas ascend from swirling chalices at Veritas Wine Bar, a brick-walled lounge where sommeliers pair more than 70 wines by the glass with a menu of cheese and charcuterie plates. Grape-infused elixirs gush from a temperature-controlled tap system, ensuring uniform sips unmarred by sudden climate shifts or clumsy fire breathers. Reds and whites from Italy, South Africa, and New Zealand slosh into individual glasses or join forces to create flights. Globetrotting artisanal cheeses fall under four categories—blue, cow, goat, and sheep—and deliciously mingle with charcuterie selections. Sippers can scrawl an appetizing epilogue across the evening’s feast by noshing on chocolate morsels laced with slow-cooked caramel or pistachio butter, which silence petulant sweet teeth without preemptively donning a bedtime retainer.

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Of course, our nation’s capital is not all monuments and museums. Trendy neighborhoods flourish northwest of the mall. Chief among these is Dupont Circle, where some of DC’s best restaurants and clubs butt up next to foreign embassies housed in historical mansions. On the weekend, you’ll find nightlife along Connecticut Avenue and in the Adams Morgan neighborhood as crowds flood in and out of Latin lounges, karaoke dives, and high-end clubs.

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