Wine bars can be stuffy places with overpriced pours and tiny plates of food that do nothing to offset the glass of wine in front of you. Mordeo, a wine bar in Chinatown, does neither of these things and is worth going to as much for the food as for the wine. The space is small so come early and grab a seat at the bar (where the majority of the seating is) and order anything from a few yuzu chicken skewers to a 32oz Tomahawk steak for two. Then turn your full attention to their long wine list with bottles at a wide range of price points and plenty of by-the-glass options.
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