Nearly ten years old, Doblo is one of the original Budapest wine bars, stationed in the heart of the old Jewish Quarter. It’s also among the most welcoming, with exposed brick, elegant chandeliers, a 40-foot bar and live jazz. Two dozen wines by the glass, all Hungarian, change weekly and include hard-to-find micro-producers such as Imre Györgykovács from Somló and Havas & Tímár in Eger. You can pre-order specially themed guided tastings online. Craft beer, multiple types of fröccs (wine spritzers) and premium pálinka (fruit brandy) round out the drink selections; to eat, there are cheese plates, house-made pâtés and charcuterie. Bottles are available to go at 20 percent off the list price.