Meetup NYC: Wined Up, February 9

winedup It’s official! Back by popular demand, we are having the next offline meet-up on February 9 at Wined Up! Our slow-motion, NYC pub wine bar crawl makes a second stop this year after starting at Varietal last month.

The meet-up is simply a chance to meet in the real world, off the internet, with wine enthusiasts, in particular, readers of this site and people who’ve taken my wine classes at NYU. There’s no charge other than what you order at the bar. Consider it a happy hour. Or two.

Wined Up opened in November above Punch in the Flatiron District. We will put their 30 wines by the glass to the test. Ditto for the cured meats and cheeses (I’ll leave it to you if you want to try the pumpkin hush puppies). And perhaps even pull a bottle off their 100′ backlit display wall. Come one, come all and kick off your weekend between 6 and 8ish on Friday, Feb 9.

When: starting 6PM, Friday, February 9
Where: Wined Up
Second floor above the restaurant Punch (repeat: it’s upstairs)
913 Broadway, nr. 20th St. Map it
Flatiron District
Who: you! And bring a friend if you like

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8 Responses to “Meetup NYC: Wined Up, February 9”


  1. Ah, sounds like so much fun! Woe to us living out here in the Lone Star State.


  2. Sorry can’t make it either, stuck in New Zealand


  3. Well, I guess we’ll have to have some meetups in Texas and New Zealand at some point!

    Cheers,

    Tyler


  4. Tyler,

    I offer to be a tour -guide for a montreal version … we have a number of superb wine bars, though..hmmm.. wait till spring cuz it’s been -30C all week.

    Bill


  5. Caveman Bill,

    Indeed, we’ll have to push all Quebecois wine bar crawls back until July! I would like your tour of the “superb” wine bars though! I might just have to drive there once the snow melts…

    Cheers,

    Tyler


  6. Here’s to wine field trips!

    I extend the tour-guide offer as well to Austin, TX. We seen an increase in wine bars here in the past 3 years. The “wine country” to the west of us is coming into its own. There are some decent Texas wines to be had.

    Cheers y’all,
    Amy


  7. Sounds great…I hope I don’t destroy the experience for everyone else’s if I take my 5 years old with me. She is usually good if I bring a book and she likes Punch.


  8. Anonymous,

    Sounds fine to me! See you soon,

    Tyler


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