Silverlake Wine is more of a wine shop than an actual bar, but we don’t care. These people know wine and they know how to have a good time drinking it. There is a wine tasting bar off to the side, but it fills up quickly, so expect to be standing room only most nights. You can come in here and pick up a bottle any day of the week, but the power move is to come in on a Monday, Thursday, or Sunday for their stumble-home-with-a-neighbor wine tasting events. Ranging from $15-$25 per person (and that includes cheese, hummus, and flatbread), these things fill up fast, so reservations are definitely recommended.
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