76 "Drinking Good Wine" restaurants in New York.
Silver Apricot in the West Village has a secret patio out back where you should bring a date and eat Chinese-New American small plates.
Toné Cafe is a Georgian spot in Brighton Beach with great khinakli and khachapuri.
High Low Beverage Company is a Vietnamese-inspired cafe, bar, and bottle shop in Bushwick.
Rolo’s is a restaurant and grocery store in Ridgewood that serves excellent sandwiches, dinner kits, and baked goods.
Farra is a wine bar in Tribeca from the people behind (temporarily closed) Atera. Order the scallop fried rice.
Cafe Paulette is a French bistro where you can drink natural wine across the street from Fort Greene Park.
Skin Contact is an unpretentious natural wine bar on Orchard Street on the LES where you can drink something unusual without paying a ton.
& Sons is a wine bar in Prospect Lefferts Gardens with a rotating list of country hams.
Ernesto’s is a Basque-inspired restaurant on the Lower East Side where you’re going to want to hang out for a while.
232 Bleecker is an American spot in the West Village where you should sit at the chef’s counter and order roast chicken and wine.
Quality Bistro is a big French spot in Midtown that’s a good place to impress clients or have dinner before a show.
Peoples is a wine shop and bar in the bottom of Essex Street Market on the LES.
Café Boulud is a casual sister restaurant to Daniel, but there’s not very much that’s casual about it.
Kindred serves natural wines and Mediterranean food in a small East Village space that’s great for casual dates.