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C. Di Palo Wine Bar interiors with dim lighting, wood paneled walls, candles on the bar and tables, and wine bars lining the counter on the left

C. Di Palo Wine Bar

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There’s no other wine bar in the city where you can order meats and cheeses like the ones you’ll get from Di Palo’s Wine Bar. That’s because they’re connected to the fine foods shop that’s been around for almost 100 years, and all of the prosciutto and Grana Padano at the wine bar come from the shop’s supply. Not to mention the wines that come from their connecting wine store as well. The wine bar just reopened after being closed throughout the pandemic, and it’s a top spot if you’re looking an under-$15 glass of wine, a refreshing spritz, and/or a meat and cheese plate that’s even better than what you’ll get at Eataly.

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