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posted on June 23, 2017
Antler Room
review by Doug Frost, MS, MW

Talented chefs all too frequently leave Kansas City; increasingly, they return home soon thereafter. Nick and Leslie Goellner hit the culinary trail, working in New York, San Francisco and even Copenhagen, at Noma. They came home last fall, opening the Antler ...Read the full review

posted on June 23, 2017
71Above
review by Patrick J. Comiskey

At 71Above, you’d be forgiven for looking up from your meal. On the 71st floor of the US Bank Tower, you’re privy to a nearly 360-degree view of LA, from downtown landmarks to the San Gabriel Mountains. The ...Read the full review

posted on June 15, 2017
Vinology
review by Jeremy Parzen

A handful of wine bars and restaurants that sell wine at retail have opened and closed in Houston over the last decade, but none has had the impact of Vinology, which opened in late 2016. This West University wine shop/wine bar has ...Read the full review

posted on June 15, 2017
Wine & Company
review by Noah Singerman

Joshua Walker puts the accent on “company” in his new store in downtown Charleston, encouraging customers to hang out in the space. Walker, who worked at Accent on Wine in Summerville, South Carolina, for six years, stocks the shelves with a ...Read the full review

posted on June 15, 2017
Maison Corbeaux
review by Luke Sykora

Kyle Nadeau has built one of the most impressive whisk(e)y collections in San Francisco at Maison Corbeaux: dozens of single-barrel Bourbons from producers like Four Roses and Wild Turkey, coveted old Scotch bottlings including a range from the long-gone Port Ellen distillery, plenty of Japanese whiskeys, plus ...Read the full review

posted on June 15, 2017
57th Street Wines
review by John Lenart

Opened in October 2016 in the space that once housed O’Gara & Wilson, the city’s oldest rare bookstore, 57th Street Wines stands out for a collection of wines as diverse as its Hyde Park neighborhood. Derrick Westbrook, former sommelier at ...Read the full review

posted on June 15, 2017
Park Avenue Wines
review by Kerry Newberry

Frequent trips to London’s Berry Bros & Rudd inspired William Oben and Neil Thompson to open Park Avenue Wines and Bardot Wine Bar in Portland’s downtown urban core. For the ...Read the full review

posted on June 2, 2017
Goat Sheep Cow North
review by Noah Singerman

Goat Sheep Cow is one of the best cheese-and-wine shops in the South. Goat Sheep Cow North offers the same impressive wine and cheese selections in its retail shop, but adds an airy, bright restaurant and outdoor patio. Take a seat ...Read the full review

posted on May 26, 2017
Foodshed Takeaway
review by Julia Weinberg

For a grab-and-go picnic-in-a-vineyard perfection, stop by the Italian-influenced retail store and take-away shop Foodshed in North Napa. Napa native Giovanni Guerrera opened it in July 2013 after a stint in Italy working for Alice Water’s Rome Sustainable Food Project. ...Read the full review

posted on May 26, 2017
The Corner
review by Julia Weinberg

Less than a year old, The Corner came out with a cellar to compete against the valley’s three-star Michelins. Trevor Sheehan runs the wine list, indulging deeply in his obsessions with Burgundy, Champagne, old California and whiskey; Dustin Falcon ...Read the full review

posted on May 26, 2017
Taco Addiction
review by Julia Weinberg

Napa has no shortage of great taco trucks, but if there’s time for only one stop, make it Taco Addiction. Typically stationed outside the movie theater in South Napa, with guest appearances at hot spots like First Page 1 2 3 Next Page » Last Page