First Look at Wine Kitchen, Now Open on Divisadero
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First Look at Wine Kitchen, Now Open

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The list currently includes 50 bottles, with about half of those by the glass, and four wine on tap.

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The far corner features a lounging area for a casual glass and a bite.

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