Having a go-to wine bar in every neighborhood is arguably the most useful piece of restaurant-related intel there is, and Tredici Enoteca is ours in Midtown Village. It’s got high ceilings, a big bar, and multiple rooms that all have a bit of a different feel to them. The wine list is extensive, but not super pricey, and the food ranges from small plates (our go-to is the Moroccan ribs) to pastas and large plates like scallops and lamb chops.
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