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Rhodora Wine Bar

Bar Food

Fort Greene

$$$$Perfect For:Date NightDrinking Good WineDrinks & A Light BiteFirst/Early in the Game Dates
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Every neighborhood has at least one small plate wine bar these days, and Fort Greene’s is Rhodora. The wine list features small-farm, natural winemakers, which means anything you drink was probably made by someone really nice who cares about the earth. You can snack on burrata or anchovy toast at a low-key table on the sidewalk, but it’s the frequent pop-ups here that make Rhodora one of the most exciting places to eat in the neighborhood on any given night. Check out their Instagram and become someone who’s well versed in pop-ups, a New York City status symbol in line with having a backyard, or working from home permanently.

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