Walk all the way into the northern part of the West Village where the streets get a little quieter and you can hear the houses whispering about how expensive they are. Here you’ll find a little wine bar called Entwine. It doesn’t seem very big at first, but there are actually two floors as well a back patio surrounded by white brick walls. And, seeing as how this place is in a less-touristy part of the West Village, it shouldn’t be too crowded when you stop by. So, bring a date or come drink some wine on the patio the next time it’s nice out and you want to hang out in a little backyard that’s probably worth several million dollars.
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