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There will be some French food, too.
They were closed for a couple months after some water damage.
It's a project from longtime Perbacco wine director Claudio Villani, who's now left the restaurant.
After some delays, it's coming to Ivy Street.
Moscato drinking appears to be driving growth in domestic wine sales overall, and we trace its rise to popularity via hip-hop lyrics.
Nicholas Lander loves the place.
She also can't stand the brutality of being a judge on cooking shows.
It has a menu from the chef at Per Diem, and some noir-ish touches.
It's so nice out right now, you guys. It feels truly like spring, with just the mildest of breezes, and we're sure you're itching to get out of the office and to a park, or at the very least, a...
Wine Spectator Coming to Town With Big April Tasting Event; Paso Robles Brings Their Wine to Town, Too
The big Wine Spectator Grand Tour costs $200 per person, and arrives April 24.
It's a wine bar, and then some.
See our photos from the 2013 pork and Pinot fest.
The guy who destroyed six vintages of pricey Brunello wine will get prison time.
More juicy wine-world gossip!
European fruit and food references don't help much if you've never tasted them.
It's happening in Napa, May 8 to 12.
The husband and wife team has built the biggest collection of all-Napa wines in the country.
No one ever thought it was possible, but the Bordelais are now begging for attention from the wine cognoscenti.