Jadis is a cozy wine bar on the northwest corner of the Lower East Side, and it’s good for a date or a girls night out. Or if you’re a bunch of guys in the market for affordable wine, comfortable couches, and some dark, laid-back ambience, it’s perfect for you too. Why not? Jadis is a neighborhood spot, and it doesn’t get as crazy as the rest of the LES.
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