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One19 Wine Bar


119 Essex St, New York
Earn 3X Points

Seeing as how it’s hidden behind the kitchen setup of a fake deli (complete with quart containers and large refrigeration units), we suppose you could call One19 Wine Bar a speakeasy. That’s all well and good, but you should think of this spot on Essex Street as less of a hidden venue to discover and more as just another fun place to drink mostly Italian varietals on the LES. This bar has a lineup of wine on-tap, reasonably-priced bottles that hover in the $40-50 price range, and a couple of flight options that allow you to try some of the stuff they’re excited about. The space is pretty small, but it’s cozy enough to feel like a party at times — and there’s a full food menu of the usual snacky options like marinated olives, charcuterie, and tinned fish.

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