photo credit: Neb

dimly lit dining room with candles and Italian wall art

Neb Wine Bar

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$$$$Perfect For:Drinks & A Light Bite


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Neb, a Belltown wine bar whose menu involves cured meats, cheeses, small plates, and pastas, completes the Tom Douglas monopoly on the corner of Virginia and 4th Ave. And while the riled-up energy in here on an otherwise snoozy Sunday evening is great (as is the hand-sliced mortadella), there’s nothing particularly exciting happening here. We’d sooner hit up nearby Le Caviste for any serious wine-drinking and snacking. 

aerial view of dinner table with plates containing olives, pecorino-topped bread, mortadella, and meatballs.

photo credit: Neb

That is, unless bread is your thing. Neb’s crowning achievement is the pecorino fosette, a fluffy focaccia-like disc slick with olive oil and showered in grated cheese. If the moment calls for sustenance before a show at The Moore, have at some salumi boards and toasty artichoke-kale bruschettas, which shine just as brightly as the fossette itself. But if a full meal’s in the cards, forgo the bland mushroom lasagna, too-fibrous broccoli rabe, and dry short rib.

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