A wine bar on Broadway that’s much more quaint than it looks from the outside. Stop by for a glass of wine, some escargot, or a spread of French casseroles. If you live in the area, this place has the potential to be your go-to spot for a casual weekday drink. There are some tables along the wall, but overall this space looks like the front bar area of a big French brasserie.
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