Nice spot to get a wine flight, and has a good atmosphere. Bartender is attentive and helpful. They do not serve food, but you can purchase cheese and chips at the adjacent cheese shop, and you can pair a cheese to your wine. Perfect!
Unfortunately I have to leave an honest bad review of this place, despite how great it is. I don't normally bother to write bad reviews, or reviews in general, but this was something else. As an introvert I hate confrontation and usually stay quiet when unpleasant situations occur, but the shorter, full-build, brunette guy who works there is a total rude d***, pardon the language. I have visited this spot a couple of times and never had a bad experience until now. I had scheduled a small meetup of about 10-15 people on a Sunday afternoon, which is not a busy time for this location at all. The guy got very upset and said we had to call in advance and that he couldn't serve everyone. No one was ordering yet, but he was acting extremely agitated for no reason. I was trying to figure out a plan of where to go next, but he literally came out to the patio area where we were hanging out and told us to "clear out". Wow, that was a first...I hope the actual owner realizes how much business he lost that day. I guess they only allow 4 people at a time, and prefer to cater to bougie clientele. Never coming back here again, and definitely putting the word out to the other Meetup organizers about how we were treated.
Great wine selection, amazing place for a glass of wine or even a bottle to share.Great location, fantastic staff. Truly the best.
I have been before and really liked it. But the bartender was so slow and obviously in a bad mood which tainted the entire dinning area.
Came in here few weeks ago, rude service. Overall bad placeI would have rather gone to soho house.
DO NOT give this establishment your business. Today I witnessed two gentlemen be treated horribly by who I believe is the owner. They simply asked if they could order two glasses of wine and take it out on the patio. He said no. When they asked if another establishment would let them, he pointed across the way and said “they might illegally let you”. When these two customers noticed that the business indeed had an outside patio and enquired if they could sit out there and have wine, he said “yes”. One of the men asked him why he did not mention that when he asked a minute earlier, the business owner/employee responded “I thought you were talking about another patio”. Really? Is this how you treat your customers? When one of the men made a comment under his breath/mask about this businessman’s rudeness, the wine bar owner literally lunged toward him very aggressively. If the counter was not separating them I believe he would have actually hit him. Everyone around us watched aghast. I mean we were there for a relaxing Sunday afternoon stroll around SOCO, not front row seats at a boxing match at Madison Square Garden. Stay away!