Wine Tasting in Tribeca, New York City


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  • Cercle Rouge
    Georges Forgeois––of Cafe Noir, Jules Bistro, and Bar Tabac fame–– set his sights on Tribeca, where he established his charming brasserie, Cercle Rouge. Here, French classics are presented at their most elegant, for which the kitchen staff practices the mantra “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Executive Chef Pierre Landet showcases imported French cheeses, Merguez sausages, fresh oysters, and wild salmon in his hors d’eouvres and plats, which appear on the menu alongside croque monsieurs and three types of moules frites. Whether seated indoors on wicker chairs and plush leather banquettes or outside on the terrace, diners enjoy pleasant views while sipping one of six signature cocktails or a glass of French or American wine. Inside, aged mirrors and framed posters of the Folies Bergères and Parisian art exhibits adorn the walls, while the patio is surrounded by flowerboxes packed with red blooms and bountiful greenery.
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    241 W Broadway
    New York, NY US
  • City Winery
    Sample a wide array of Mediterranean dishes at City Winery. Low-fat eaters will need to take care, however, since the menu does not feature any skimmed down fare. Drinks are also on the menu here, so patrons can start the night off right. Grab the kids when you head to City Winery — its family-oriented menu and ambience all perfect for the whole clan. At City Winery, easily plan a night out with family, friends, coworkers and more — large parties are always welcome, and a private room is available for use. Take advantage of great beer and tasty bites when you stop by for happy hour. On warmer days, take advantage of City Winery's outdoor seating. Getting online is easy with City Winery free and convenient wifi. A relatively loud restaurant, this is not the place for a quiet night out. Dress is typically casual at City Winery, so leave the fancy duds behind for the evening. Sidle into a space on the street or park your vehicle in the adjacent lot. A night out here can be a bit pricey, so prepare to shell out a bit more. The restaurant is known for its showstopper brunch, but they also offer lunch and dinner.
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    155 Varick St
    New York, NY US
  • Puro Chile
    You can buy Chilean jewelry, wines, and oils at Puro Chile, but it's more than just a boutique. It operates, instead, as what one staffer refers to as an"unofficial embassy." It's operated by a team of importers who haul in what they deem some of Chile's best products, and it's also an event center that hosts wine tastings and meetings. As an all-around, ongoing celebration of the culture, the shop and its Puro Wine sister shop stock wardrobes, wine cellars, and pantries with goods straight from Chile. The owners are passionate about giving Chilean exporters and artists a place to do business, and their efforts have been met with praise from the New Yorker, New York Times, and New York Magazine.
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    221 Center St.
    New York, NY US
  • Bar Carrera
    A well-known bar in New York, Bar Carrera is the ideal spot for fantastic tapas. It's a local favorite for visitors seeking a decent price and a fantastic waitstaff. There's no specific recommended attire, so feel free to dress casually and comfortably. Upon arrival, see if you can try the baguette, the sangrias, or the chorizo, since all three stand out. With organic items on the menu, there really is something for every preference. A highly-regarded spot for dinner in East Village, Bar Carrera is a tasty choice when you're in the mood for unique international cuisine, and want to break away from the regular ol' Chinese/Mexican/Italian fare. The service, in general, is "friendly" and "good," and food is "yummy" and "great." Specifically, the ham is touted to be "delicious," Also, its wine selection is known to be "tasty" and "excellent."
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    146 W Houston St
    New York, NY US
  • Clos Wine Bar
    CLOS Wine Bar owner and certified sommelier Mine Ayberk personally chooses every option on the bar's wine list, focusing especially on Old World, single-vineyard wines. As it turns out, Ms. Ayberk's selection has more wines than her bar has seats. With enough space for just under 20 guests, CLOS carries an intimate aura, surrounding visitors with warm tones, handcrafted finishings, and works from local artists. Clambering across the hardwood floors, the CLOS staff doles out specially prepared gourmet plates designed to enhance the wine-drinking experience. But much like its owner, the bar's staff members aren't just shadows in the background: each is a certified sommelier, and each speaks multiple languages. This means guests can enjoy some European pizzazz without having to join a pen-pal program for adults.
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    64 Kenmare Street
    New York, NY US
  • Ariana Restaurant
    Reinventing Russian cuisine is a bold move, but Ariana Grinblat—a Russian-Grammy-winning pop star whom the NY Post described as "the Slavic equivalent of Britney Spears"—is up to the task. A foodie at heart, Grinblat collaborated with St. Petersburg–born chef Vitalii Kovalev to create an inventive Russian-inspired menu for her self-titled SoHo restaurant. Kovalev updates classic dishes such as borscht—here, enhanced with braised short rib and oxtail consommé—and stuffed cabbage featuring succulent lobster rather than the traditional beef and rice. The drink menu, too, honors Russian tradition while simultaneously taking it in a creative new direction; guest can sip creative cocktails centered around the quintessential Russian spirit—vodka—including one martini that's garnished with a caviar lollipop. From the Press The New York Times: "Ariana Grinblat. . . has decided it’s time to update Russian cuisine in America." Urban Daddy: "the most opulent pickle plates this side of the Volga."
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    130-140 W. Houston St.
    New York, NY US

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