Wine Bars

    Episode Recap: Bar Rescue Season 4, Ep 3

    … in a bizarrely, cheese-first-then-sauce fashion, by Pablo, the world’s most unfortunate cook. Capon also sends his wife in undercover, only to discover the bar is lacking a wine list. So why was my viewing experience so unpleasant this episode? While Taffer spouts his usual bout of anger and bottle breaking, the emotional reaction from the Kachow…

    2 readers - By Aliza Kellerman/ The Alcohol Professor

    Drinking (and grabbing a bite or two) in El Born, Barcelona.

    …-lingual and are more then happy to help you with your wine choices. Vila Viniteca also has a gourmet food shop across the alleyway where you can buy various European gourmet treats and they even have a cheese cellar. They buy their cheeses fresh and then age them in the cellar. I’ve seen those types of cellars in London and know it’s common in France…

    4 readers - By The Wine Sleuth

    brothers in arms: le cave à michel, 75010

    … In writing about Paris restaurant openings, I'm accustomed to grousing about stillborn fads and failed trendhopping. (Meatballs, anyone? Wine by the litre?) But newly opened Place Sainte Marthe wine bar La Cave à Michel floors me, for it's perhaps the first place I've encountered since Bistro Bellet last fall that seems genuinely forward-thinking…

    5 readers - By Aaron Ayscough/ not drinking poison in paris

    The 21 Best Wine Bars in the Country

    …September 23, 2014 0 comments Articles & Reviews, By Jonathan Cristaldi Fifty years ago if you’d asked for a glass of Malbec, you’d probably be greeted with a long, awkward silence. Today, there are over 8,000 wineries in the US, and even more bars that are pouring out such a vast, global selection of wines that America recently surpassed…

    6 readers - By Jonathan Cristaldi/ Winetology

    reborn: vivant cave, 75010

    … bent of the old menu is a magpie aesthetic that, while rooted in France, borrows from as far afield as Lebanon, Japan, and Forstorp's native Sweden. A tomato salad with shiso leaves was literally smashing, a splendid example of Forstorp's effortless contemporaneity. The tomatoes had been torn apart, as if they had, on their way to the plate, first…

    2 readers - By Aaron Ayscough/ not drinking poison in paris

    les caves de reuilly, 75012

    … with a surprisingly omnivorous array of grandmotherly ingredients ranging from tarragon to cream to goat cheese to red pepper. I've yet to encounter any truly mindblowing rillettes de mer, but they make for a refreshing alternative in wine bars like Caves de Reuilly where the other options are run-of-the-mill cheese and charcuterie. To his credit, Le Nen…

    6 readers - By Aaron Ayscough/ not drinking poison in paris

    insiders: monsieur henri, 75003

    …I recently lauded fledgling 11ème wine bar Aux Deux Cygnes for bringing a bit of professionalism and style to its gentrification-frontier quartier. If that establishment's location is central to its charm, the same dynamic applies to another new Paris wine bar, the 9-month-old Monsieur Henri, which manages to be impressively discreet despite being…

    7 readers - By Aaron Ayscough/ not drinking poison in paris

    aux deux cygnes paris 75011

    …-Parisian things, and visitors, for whom all things Parisian are novel. For an unintended consequence of France's imperialist adventures in Asia is that, a century and a half later, it seems plausible that Paris would contain excellent Vietnamese food. Aux Deux Cygnes, a well-appointed dollhouse of a wine bar on rue Keller opened three months ago…

    7 readers - By Aaron Ayscough/ not drinking poison in paris

    32 Oldest Bars in San Francisco by Neighborhood

    …Where I’m home in San Francisco or traveling abroad, I could use a good stiff drink, hand crafted cocktail, or a glass of wine at anytime. Want to play tourist in your own town or are you traveling to San Francisco and looking for a little history in the land of new technology? Look no further. Check out this list of the 32 Oldest Bars in San…

    3 readers - By Monique Soltani/ Wine Oh TV

    le cave chateaubriand 75011

    … Radikon's perfect. * "Cave," when used as a masculin noun, is French slang for an idiot. This is actually a good joke, given the context. Le Cave 129 avenue Parmentier 75001 PARIS Métro: Goncourt Tel: 01 48 74 65 38 Related Links: Le Chateaubriand, 75011 Le Dauphin, 75011 A pre-opening interview with Inaki Aizpitarte about Le Cave at the Wall Street Journal. An interview with Sasa Radikon at Louis/Dressner.…

    5 readers - By Aaron Ayscough/ not drinking poison in paris
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