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This wine bar has quickly become a local favorite, and if you’re in the Hawthorne District alternately debating buying a vintage seafoam-green couch and wondering how you would ever ship it home, be sure to stop in for some small plates and a glass or two of wine. You’ll find a lot of Asian ingredients throughout the menu, like Szechuan peppercorn in the fried chicken batter, sansho garnishing oysters, and XO sauce on the turnips, and there’s a big focus on natural wine here. They manage to keep the wine list from being too serious though, with $3 “bumps,” or shots, of wine, and headings like “Sierra Foothills Natural Wine Because Sometimes California Doesn’t Suck.”

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