This tiny wine bar next to an arthouse cinema is a good place to start a night out. Walk in, sit at the bar, and tell the guy behind it what kind of wine you’re in the mood for. He’ll keep pouring until you find the one you’re looking for - and will keep going even if you landed on a keeper the first try. After you’ve picked your wine, sit on the sidewalk patio, and repeat. Actually, you might end up spending your whole night here instead.
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