New York City wine bars, a map


After plotting wine to go from shops in New York and shops in Chicago, I now have plotted wine to drink on premises in New York City wine bars!

Check out the East Village/Lower East Side! It has to be the wine bar capital of the world with that density. I’ll have to organize a Dr. Vino wine bar crawl there.

As ever, post your comments here or drop me a line with any comments/suggestions/additions. Which are your faves?

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4 Responses to “New York City wine bars, a map”


  1. If I’d have known they were going to open that many wine bars in my neighborhood, I might not have left! Nah, still would have, having too much fun down here.


  2. How about showing a little Brooklyn love?

    Al di Là Vino

    Mini Bar


  3. Thanks! A little Brooklyn love coming right up!


  4. Sorry I missed it and meeting everyone! Came the next night, though – great choice!

    Had the Shiraz/Syrah/Cote du Rhone flight, which included one of the best Shiraz wines I ever tasted, the Jim Barry McCrae Wood 2001. The other two wines, Alain Voge “Les Peyrouses” Cotes-du-Rhone 2004 and Montes Alpha 2004 Syrah Colchagua Valley Apalta pretty much played a supporting role, serving to showcase how differently regions and winemakers treat the same grape.

    Maybe next time. You can see my complete post here:

    http://dvari.typepad.com/wine/2007/01/so_when_dr_vino.html


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