Six beer taps, two for wine, & a big kitchen dealing snacks like white anchovies, oxtail risotto balls, bone marrow bruscetta, & double loin lamb steaks - all under $20.
Beaujolais...yes, Beaujolais! Good selection. Opt for anything from the excellent 2009 vintage.
One of our favorite wine bars in the city, where novice wine drinkers and oenophiles alike can taste something new and exciting.
I really cannot say enough about this wine bar. Fantastic menu - both food and wine. This is a must.
Don't mess with my Mayorship ;)
Finger Lakes Riesling on tap, smoked chickpea and calamari salad, duck ham and taleggio panini, lardo bruschetta, and risotto balls BAM. Unfreakingbelievably perfect.
Put yourself in Will's hands. He knows his shiznit!
Highly recommend the Pork Terrine and Prosciutto & Clothbound Cheddar and Colston Bassett Stilton
Overwhelming wine list paired with extremely helpful servers! Have a glass of Riesling with the Crispy Duck Confit salad and a plate of cheese.
Get the chicken liver. Don't argue - just do it.
new to Tribeca - got to check it out
Try the oxtail risotto balls. Yum!
Delicious olives and full bodied wine!
Good, but the East Village one is better. Bring the raspberry Cider to the Tribeca location, please :)
Pleasantly surprised by how awesome the Sunday Night Meatball deal was!- 1/2 carafe of wine, arugula salad, veal meatballs and olive oil cake for dessert for 2 pple for $35. Nice end to a week!
Oxtail risotto balls will make your life worth living. The staff is great- ask for suggestions if you're not familiar with the wines or beer!
The beet gorgonzola risotto is AMAZING. And I don't even like beets. Do it.
Terroir’s wine menu speaks for itself: "Simply put, Bordeaux is the largest fine wine area in the world. Just as Lady Gaga can do it all, and in such bloody style, so can Bordeaux."
Chateau Moulin de Tricott is nice and spicy
Happy hour starts at 3pm. And the pear pecorino salad is delicious.
Larger than its East Village sister, Terroir Tribeca has the same high quality food and wine. The veal ricotta meatballs are a must.
Great place for a glass of Riesling! Unfortunately the summer of Riesling ends this week, but they always have a great selection (try something Austrian!)
Veal ricotta meatballs and the pickled vegetables are amazing.
Be adventurous. And say hi to Tom Colicchio (frequently found at front table).
Fried lamb sausage wrapped in sage. Oxtail risotto balls. Barolo. Yum.
Good wine, meh food. Try the Barbara for a very full and smooth red wine. Not a lot of bite but easy to drink.
Get the meatball sub and the fried chicken, which is boneless and delectable. Ask for extra lemon for the chicken. It's kind of like a tatsuta-age. Great with a good dry Riesling.
The prosciutto and harbison cheese are delish!
Come for the amazing wine list and tasty snacks. Stay for the amusing menu with pages full of factoids, eg 'Why Obama needs a glass of wine'.
Go for happy hour. Thank me later. Big love for this place!
Wonderful wine tasting classes! Prebook on their website.
Don't leave without trying the bone marrow. Loved it with a glass of Chateau Musar. Also, I highly recommend a glass of sparkling red-- Lusenti gutturnio 2011 Emilia-romangna . Amazing!
Love it :)
Our server Evan was great. The lamb sausage, duck confit salad, charcuterie and cheeses were all wins...you can't go wrong. Even though I didn't have it, I'm so happy they have Finger Lakes wines!
If ordering a salad, ask them to put dressing on side unless you like your greens drenched
Sidle up to the bar and order the special risotto balls of the moment: Cremini mushroom and fontina cheese!
chef canora is a magician with veal meatballs
Ask for Darryl. He'll let you know what wine to have with your food
Don't expect Yellowtail or any other lollipops on the wine lists. Instead, you'll find a curated book of often overlooked grapes and regions.
Ask for Sierra...She's great.
Gotham Project Riesling on tap!
Try the Kithonitsa from Monemvasia Greece.
Oh and ask for Will if you're sitting at the bar. Super nice and knows his stuff!
Order your food then ask staff for wine pairings. You won't be sorry;they know their stuff