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Everything you need to know about City Winery: wine, wine, wine, cheese, wine. This massive (21,000 square feet!), Mediterranean-styled wine bar and music venue offers... More »
If you're tired of wine bars that specialize in Italian or French wines, Xai Xai provides relief. The entire list of this Theatre District establishment, named after a... More »
The cozy Gowanus bar has moderately priced wines, a solid beer list, and small bites fit for after-work conversations or an intimate date night. During the warm... More »
Selecting a good wine should be an enjoyable rather than intimidating process. That idea appears to be at the heart of Discovery Winesa customer approach. Few other... More »
Inside Von, you'll find patrons mouthing the words to songs by Atlas Sound: a telltale sign that East Village locals rule this wine bar. They're an artier set, sure, but unlike those... More »
Doubling as a showroom for owner and furniture designer Andrew Rumpler, the cozy and elegant Louis showcases the man's capable craftsmanship, luring customers with custom-made... More »
Sometimes a great wine bar is just a great wine bar, and that's what Morrell Wine Bar & Cafe is. There's food, sure, and you can get a salad or sandwich or... More »
A wine-only bar with an intimate atmosphere, Il Posto Accanto is the perfect place to bring your crush if you want to step things up a notch. Choose from more than 120... More »
Terroir has a ridiculous amount of wine--a whole binder of the stuff, actually, packed with lists and lists of semi-sweet white wines made with perfume-y riesling... More »
If you’re looking for Hayes Carll, the singer-songwriter who was Americana before Americana was selling out the Garden and the Barclays, your best bet is to check either the Texas clubs where the 37-year-old first made his name or the top ten of the Nashville Scene’s annual “Country Music Critics’ Poll,” on which any of his albums are certain to...
According to a lyric on Ready for Confetti, Texas-based country singer Robert Earl Keen's latest album, "Real cowboys say the party never ends and the road goes on and on." Maybe he's just trying to make himself out to be a real cowboy, but the line reads more like Keen's mantra. In recent years, the graying twangster has made touring a ritual, and he hasn't lost his sense of humor. For...
Bluegrass elder Del McCoury, 73, offers a mainline connection to the sound's origins in Bill Monroe's Blue Grass Boys, whom he joined for a while in 1963. This short tour teams the guitarist with Sam Bush, the mandolin king of modern bluegrass (or "newgrass," if you must), who plays the diminutive instrument in a percussive, jazzy, and yet highly emotive style while naturally reflecting its...
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