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City Winery

155 Varick St. New York, NY 10013 | Tribeca | 212-608-0555

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Everything you need to know about City Winery: wine, wine, wine, cheese, wine. This massive (21,000 square feet!), Mediterranean-styled wine bar and music venue offers patrons a "Build-a-Barrel" special, which involves selecting crimson-colored grapes from the Olsen Family Vineyard, investing in an American Oak barrel, and then aging your own Pinot Noir. As for the menu, your meal of choice is dictated by one of the 500 varieties of wine available. Equally eclectic artists perform in front of stacked wine barrels; private parties dine among fruit-smelling, wine-making equipment downstairs; main-area guests access a tap that pumps up home-brewed ruby goodness straight from the cellar.


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  • Cuisine(s): Mediterranean, Tapas, Wine Bar
  • Hours: Sun 10am-3pm, Daily 5pm-12am, Mon-Fri 11am-3pm
  • Reservations: Accepted
  • Features: Coat Check, Private Party, Wheelchair Accessible

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