Tailfeather is a wine bar in Clinton Hill that specializes in natural wine. Glasses start at $9, and there are a bunch of options from places like Greece, Georgia, and the Czech Republic. There’s also a whole section devoted to chilled reds, in case you need a cold drink but have a phobia of white or rosé-colored beverages. It’s an interesting selection, and the friendly bartenders will help you find something you like. Try this place for a casual date, use it as your go-to neighborhood spot for a weekday glass of wine, or make a trip out if you’re especially into natural wine. The space is one big room with dark-gray walls and plenty of tables, and there’s a little patio out front where you can hang out with some wine and cheese.
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