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ThirstBarÀVin

(Now Closed)
Wine Bar and Winery
Prospect Heights, Brooklyn
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  • Project Latte: a NYC cafe culture guide
    Huge, bright, clean space with free wifi and a smattering of plugs. It just opened, so food options are limited. Coffee is 49th Parallel but could better and hopefully will be. Formerly a wine bar.
  • Project Latte: a NYC cafe culture guide
    After not doing well as a wine bar, ThirstBarÀVin has relaunched as a gorgeous daytime cafe w/ wifi 8am-4pm. Coffee consists of dubiously prepared 49th Parallel espresso drinks. Food on weekends.
  • robin m.
    robin monheitSeptember 20, 2012
    Eggplant with chèvre is delicious. Also, house red!
  • Erika A.
    Erika AndersonJanuary 19, 2012
    Now open in the daytime. Delicious just got deliciouser.
  • 7th.List
    7th.ListJanuary 2, 2012
    Taste - Mustard and Crème Fraiche Chicken, Lentil Salad au Lardons...Thirstbaràvin offers a small, shifting cast of simple dishes from the classic bistro repertory, made with fresh local ingredients Read more
  • Jevaun H.
    Jevaun HowellNovember 19, 2011
    A little pricey for the portion size. Good, but could/should be better.
  • Amanda B.
    Amanda BoekelheideMay 26, 2011
    Oh, delicious! Trust the prix fixe.
  • Jessica L.
    Jessica L'EsperanceApril 6, 2011
    Get the Anjou wine, perfect compliment to the 3 course ($22) meal
  • Metromix
    MetromixFebruary 28, 2011
    Only open in the evening, this wine bar & restaurant focuses on "slow", natural wine and French comfort food, w/ rotating dishes like brisket & tongue with salsa verde ($10) and rabbit stew ($18). Read more
  • Janice
    JaniceFebruary 6, 2011
    Try the Laurent Il Fait Soif red wine, delicious! A good selection of French and Italian wines, but that's it. Not American or South American wines. Food portions small and not very satisfying!
  • Ishmael V.
    Ishmael VasquezFebruary 6, 2011
    This place is waaaay overpriced. Get back to fort Greene it Brooklyn height. Next door to a crackhead rehab center. Portions are app sized for $20. Wine was good though.
  • Cortney R.
    Cortney RickettsDecember 30, 2010
    Love these apps: cheese, pate, rabbit salad! So unpretentious and tasty here! The pasta al forno made me smile and within 5 blocks of prospect heights homes!
  • SavoirVin
    SavoirVinDecember 30, 2010
    Chocolate Oblivion is ridiculous!!! Everything else is delish too!!!! (especially the Lambrusco, Pasta al Forno, and pâté). Bon appetite!!
  • Food and Wine Snob a.
    Michael & Amelia are the ultimate wine experts! Always trust whatever they recommend.
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