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Achilles Heel (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

This neighborhood bar, from Brooklyn restaurateur Andrew Tarlow, excels in simple pleasures. John Connolly’s wine list favors the rustic and the versatile, shining a light on unheralded French wines, from Aveyron to Vin de France, most well under $100. Chef Lee Desrosiers’ menu, which changes daily, re-imagines the possibilities...Read Full Story

Faun (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Few wine lists have remained as influential as the one beverage director Bill Fitch pioneered nearly a decade ago at Brooklyn’s Vinegar Hill House; its seamless blend of offbeat naturalism and Old-World classicism helped to define an entire generation of Brooklyn beverage programs. While many of...Read Full Story

St. Anselm (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

St. Anselm is the democratic response to the New York steakhouse aristocracy. Owner Joe Carroll’s wine list is remarkably broad and approachable, with values from around the world. To complement the kitchen’s massive grill, which touches nearly every dish on the menu, drink earthy and...Read Full Story

Pasquale Jones (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

From the team behind SoHo’s jazz-inspired Charlie Bird, Pasquale Jones is poised to be another downtown wine destination. Partners Robert Bohr, who curated the list at Cru through 2010, and Grant Reynolds, the...Read Full Story

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