91 "Drinking Good Wine" restaurants in New York.
Fradei serves a fantastic, ever-changing five-course meal in Fort Greene, but they never disclose the menu. Come for a special date night.
Contento is an exciting place to have dinner in East Harlem - they serve Peruvian dishes and the restaurant was built with accessibility in mind.
One19 Wine Bar is located behind a fake deli on the LES, and it has lots of Italian varietals and a good amount of bottle options for $40-50.
Runner Up is an outdoor only pop-up restaurant in Park Slope run by the popular bakery Winner.
Cherry On Top in Bushwick has a funky list of wines at reasonable prices (with plenty of glasses under $15 and bottles under $50) and a large rooftop.
Sauced is a Williamsburg wine bar with a killer backyard, and people who can help you find the exact kind of wine you like.
Galicia Tapas is a Spanish restaurant in Inwood with a very solid wine list.
Soda Club is a wine bar in the East Village serving great vegan pasta that's cooked perfectly al dente.
Sobre Masa is an all-day Mexican cafe in Williamsburg with hand-pressed tortillas and a nice outdoor space.
Dame is an exciting English seafood restaurant in Greenwich Village with delicious fish, a long wine list, and a disco playlist.
Contra is a Lower East Side restaurant that serves a rotating menu of seasonal, experimental dishes, and wine that’s cooler than you are.
Izzy Rose is a casual bar in Clinton Hill with a secluded backyard and a menu of cocktails, natural wine, and vegan empanadas.