photo credit: Sara Lieberman
Terra Bar A Vins
Everything about this place screams classic wine bar: an oval-shaped, open-kitchen bar, wine glasses hanging upside down from a rack above, and bottles-as-decoration along shelves in the back. You should make a reservation, and while they won’t turn you away if there’s an open seat between bookings, you probably won’t be able to linger. So it’s worth planning ahead to taste the likes of fresh tuna tartare with a kick (thanks to some jalapeños), and a creamy lasagna you won’t want to share. It’s great for a quick glass with a friend or a date to sample crisp crément from the Loire, just know it’s not the best for groups since it’s side-by-side seating only.
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