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Coast And Valley

Coast & Valley does everything it can to make you feel like you’re somewhere in Sonoma, even if your sidewalk table does look out onto a busy Brooklyn street filled with heaps of trash. It’s a wine bar and small plates spot focused exclusively on wines produced on the West Coast, and food inspired by it as well. It’s a great place for an early-stage date, but maybe even better for a solo dinner. Self-care is a glass of wine with their California spa-like poached chicken with avocado and charred cucumber.

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