Gift Card, Bottles of House Red & Rose Wine or Gift Card and Two Bottles of Wine at Bread & Wine (Up to 32% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Gift card towards new American cuisine and wines, or bottles of house red and rose wine to take home

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 60 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Must provide 21+ ID to receive alcoholic beverages. Merchant is solely responsible for all sales of alcohol. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Gift card options are valid for dine-in only; bottles of wine valid for pickup only and cannot be consumed when dining at the restaurant. Wine valid only for B&W rose and B&W red; no substitutes are allowed. Limit 1 gift card per table. Not valid on New Year's Eve. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose from Three Options

  • $35 for a $50 gift card
  • $45 for one bottle of house red wine and one bottle of rose wine ($60 value)
  • $75 for a $50 gift card and two bottles of wine to take home ($110 value)

Bread & Wine’s wines come from California’s Paso Robles region and are designed to be both good with food and to appeal to a wide audience. The house white is a 70% pinot gris, 20% muscat blanc, and 10% sauvignon blac blend. The house red is a 70% cabernet franc and 30% merlot blend. The house rosé is 100% grenache. Blends change based on availability, but the wine list features an average of 50 different labels that have a wide appeal and are reasonably priced.

Bread & Wine

There are three options for entertainment when visiting Bread & Wine. You can sit at one of 10 seats at the bar where you'll see bartenders mix, shake, and pour cocktails with housemade bitters. Or you can opt for the 10-person chef's counter, where chefs prepare fresh and seasonal dishes right in front of you. The final option: private tables—forged from local wood—where diners can engage in conversation over the chef's selection of cheeses, house-made charcuterie, and fresh bread.

Indeed, lingering over a good dinner or weekend brunch is encouraged at Bread & Wine. Mayor Rahm Emanuel even named it one of his favorite restaurants for sharing wine and food with friends. Taking a seat is hardly a requirement though, since Bread & Wine also houses an onsite market. The shelves here brim with local and housemade goods, from eggplant spreads to a seasonally-changing selection of craft beers, a commodity so precious they keep it armored in stainless-steel kegs. Of course, the store also stocks wines from around the world, with a special emphasis placed on small-batch producers in Oregon, Washington, and California. Their house wines, from California's Paso Robles region, are designed to appeal to a wide audience. Bread & Wine offers white, red, and rose varieties, and are working on creating a reserve cabernet.

Customer Reviews

Everything was great. The Thomasville Tomme and Gorgonzola were both AWESOME. The corn soup served cold was very refreshing and the burger was juicy and cooked to a perfect medium rare. The wine selection is very good and Wednesday's they do half price bottles. The servers were all very nice as well.
Matt D. · September 3, 2015
I consider it a "special occasion" place- higher prices, but great and unique food.
Elizabeth S. · June 8, 2015
small menu but good food , excellent wine selection. parking iss tricky but street parking is available.
Agnieszka W. · February 11, 2015

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