Wine bar meets beer hall, with vivid small plates and intriguing meats (hearts not included).

Mmmm, Marin Sun Farms goat tacos


We thought the place was "ok." The mason jar thing annoyed us because wine glass are specifically designed to accent the wine and thought it was more gimmicky since they still had wine glasses on display for use. The food was decent but the server said that they do not change the menu often and with it being that small, we likely wold not be regulars. Also, they were out of 4 of the 5 bottles of wine we ordered. The service was friendly but no attentive. We saw them drinking wine while we sat there with empty glasses for fifteen minutes. Boo!

Posted by Bacchus on Apr. 23, 2010 @ 9:12 am

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