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Voodoo Vin

Wine BarBar Food

Virgil Village

$$$$Perfect For:Drinking Good WineDate NightDrinks & A Light Bite
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Voodoo Vin is a natural wine bar in Virgil Village with a collection of 400 bottles and a menu of simple small plates that slightly upstages the generous pours. The candlelit space feels like you’re in a barebones café with only a couple of posters on the walls, two communal tables, and a few chairs scattered on the sidewalk. It’s an intimate spot that doesn’t take reservations, so your best bet is to take a few friends who know what “full-bodied” means and snack on a few of the Persian-leaning dishes, like shallot yogurt dip with sagnak and lamb-stuffed peppers. Voodoo Vin doesn’t take reservations, but finding a seat isn’t usually an issue. Consider it a reliable spot when you can’t be bothered to make a dinner reservation or go to the same Happy Hour the third week in a row.

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