Adjacent to Ugo retaurant, this is a wine bar with training wheels, a place where you can try Chateauneuf de Pape or Puligny Montrachet without fear of mispronouncing the long foreign words, have a bit of lardo on bread if you dare, a pizza if you don't. Instead of ordering wine from a waitress or bartender, you recharge the kind of debit card you may remember from the laundry room in your college dorm, you thrust it into a machine, and you wait for a single ounce of the fluid to be dispensed into your glass. It is a good way to try high-end wines like Gaja Brunello that you would never get to taste otherwise, and a bad way to tie your drink on. An ounce of wine isn't a lot, and by the end of the night you will probably resemble the others, jabbing at the buttons like a chicken jabbing at the lever of a lab machine, waiting for that kernel of corn.
Cuisines: Wine Bar
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards
Parking: Lot Available
Reservations: Not Accepted