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If your Hinge profiles both list “What You Wish You Knew More About” as being “wine,” meet for flights at Maritime Wine Tasting Studio. They start at $16, which is a heck of a lot better than the $60 you dropped on one tasting the last time you were in Napa. Plus, you and this person are both admittedly ignorant on the difference between beaujolais and Bo Jackson, so there’s nothing to be nervous about. Just relax and figure out if it’s worth buying a whole bottle to split with them or if a taste was all you needed.

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West Coast Wine and Cheese

A better than average wine bar with all of the cheese.

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Union Larder

A low key Russian Hill wine bar with excellent meat and cheese. The ladies love Union Larder.

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Bodega

Bodega is a good (but somewhat pricey) spot for small plates and wine in North Beach.

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Mission Cheese

Mission Cheese functions just as well for a quick solo lunch as it does for something longer, larger, and probably boozier.