This Hayes Valley wine bar is on a side street, and its signage is basically non-existent. Great for us, because it means you can usually pop in and grab a table for a casual dinner. It’s unlike many wine bars in that its dinner menu, supplemented with new things from guest chefs, is a step above the regular cheese plate/charcuterie selection you might expect (but if you want cheese and bread, that’s an option, too).
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