The best part about drinking at Petite Soif, a natural wine bar in Beacon Hill, is their “wine share” program - which means if you commit to buying at least two glasses of a particular bottle in the store, they’ll uncork it and notate those remaining glasses on a big chalkboard. Then you can split a bottle with another table, like some fizzy pink pét-nat or something orange. The snack showing here is strong too, with a menu full of French things like tartines, chicken liver mousse, and Niçoise salad.
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