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Ruby Wine Merchant is a tiny shop on 18th street that specializes in natural wines. It feels like you’re in your cool friend’s living room (you know the one), except instead of vintage records organized by year, it’s full of wine that the super friendly owners can tell you everything about as you’re drinking a glass. In case they don’t know something about a certain wine, you can come back on Fridays from 5-7pm when they do tastings with some of the winemakers who explain why wine is awesome, along with other mysteries of the universe.

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