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Bocage Champagne Bar

$$$$

10 Phila St, Saratoga Springs
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Bocage is the closest you’re going to get to France in Saratoga, as you can order oysters and charcuterie boards, hang out in an airy, white-washed space, and drink some champagne or a wine from the Loire Valley under the crystallized chandeliers. The small bar fills up with late afternoon and early evening groups looking to catch up over a bottle of rose, romantic duos on a date, or solo drinkers interested in learning about wine varieties just as much as drinking them. And if you end up here not in the mood for a drink made from grapes, you’re still in excellent hands if you order an Old Fashioned or a negroni.

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