This South Street spot may look like a dive bar and serve all the classic dive bar food (nachos, burgers, etc.), but the biggest reason to hang out here is for the large selection of great natural wine. If you come here any day after work, you’ll find the loungey, retro space full of people drinking growlers of whatever is on-tap and enjoying all of their daily specials - like $10 for a beer, shot, and a burger on Wednesdays. On your way out, stop by the small wine store up front that’s stocked with most of the bottles they carry behind the bar.
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