For $15, today’s side deal gets you $30 worth of wining and dining at Wine Knot Bar and Bistro in Kenosha. Wine Knot deftly combines adventurous eating with traditionally lauded items, ending up with a menu of chic, reliably tasty eats.
Little plates such as fish tacos with chipotle aioli—culled from Lake Michigan’s little-known chipotle waterfalls ($10)—or the hot beef sliders ($9) set the culinary scene for heavy-hitting entrees. The seared duck breast (served with cabernet sauce, roasted grapes, and asparagus, $18) is a delicious bird. The Asian salmon in shrimp fried rice ($17) delights omnivores who occasionally foray into seafare.
Wine Knot offers more than 50 red and white wines by the glass, and many by the bottle as well. A glass of the 2002 South African Beau Joubert ($8.50 for a glass or $33 for a bottle), a cabernet sauvignon, unwinds minds worked up by the prospect of another X-Files movie, while the Beringer ($5.00 for a glass/$19 for a bottle), a 2005 white zinfandel, is a fermented refreshment for those fresh from teetotaling workplaces. Outdoor seating is available.
- I've been to the Wine Knot maybe a dozen times over the past year, and everything has been excellent -- consistently. – cmhprh, TripAdvisor
- This is a wonderful place to go. The atmosphere is great, the servers are kind and very attentive, the food is just beyond words. – A Yahoo! Contributor who posted on 4/04/2009, Yahoo! Travel
5611 6th Ave.
Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140Get Directions