All reviews are from people who have redeemed deals with this merchant.
Reviewed January 5, 2015
Reviewed January 4, 2015
Reviewed December 23, 2014
What You'll Get
- $60 toward American cuisine, fine wine, and specialty drinks at Spill the Wine
- View lunch menu
- View dinner menu
- Extensive wine list
- Fun and affordable wine flights
- Gorgeous redesigned 1883 building
- Causal-elegant atmosphere; spacious loft-like seating
- Near great Minneapolis theaters
- May use toward happy hour
- Not valid for wine boutique.
OpenTable users give Spill the Wine four stars, while Citysearchers give it 3.5: > * Spill the Wine WAS AMAZING! Our server was kind and helpful. The appetizers, salads and entrees were all appetizing…We tried some of their wine flights, which was a lot of fun! – koory, Citysearch > * The food was fres [sic] and flavorful. The chef obvoiusly [sic] loves his work. Service was great and our server was attentive and knowledable [sic]. – OpenTable user who dined on 05/15/2010 > * This was my first time dining here, and I was beyond impressed. The wine list was amazing, the food was delicious and the setting was lovely. – OpenTable user who dined on 05/06/2010
The Fine Print
Not valid at wine boutique. Valid for happy hour. Not valid with other offers. Tax and gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Spill the Wine
Inside its rustic Uptown dining room, Spill the Wine invites diners to pair local wines with tapas-style servings of new American cuisine. The menus—which readily accommodate vegan and gluten-free diets—rotate seasonally as the chefs scour local, sustainable farms for new ingredients. Shareable plates of wild-caught salmon with elote salad or house-made spaghetti with quinoa meatballs reflect the chefs' eclectic influences.
With more than 100 wines—including more than 30 by the glass—Spill the Wine provides plenty opportunities for pairing food and drink. The selection of Old and New World bottles is designed to complement the current menus, with everything from crisp French sauvignon blancs to bold Columbia Valley syrahs occupying the extensive list.
A Glance Inside
Edison bulbs, walls with patchy brickwork and mismatched wooden slats, and a bar supported by empty wine barrels provide a rustic ambiance. At the same time, the dining area features some elements that lend a modern, industrial vibe, such as the exposed ductwork, concrete floors, and the furnace where the staff smelts every piece of used silverware after service.