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Set within a dining room with an open ceiling filled with hanging lamps that illuminate cream colored walls, mahogany furniture, and a banquette along a stone wall, Enoteca Style includes a bar that features a dessert case. For those who like more intimate settings, throughout the dining area, candles light up private tables. Along with beer and wine, which includes Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Zinfandel, and various beers from around the world, this wine bar also features various paninis, bruschetta, and salads. For those who do not have much time, Enoteca Style offers online ordering from this wine bar with a California Fusion menu. - Erick Pettersen
Below bright track lighting, shining off grayish walls, and light brown floor tiles, patrons of Wet Stone Wine bar can sit with a friend at a high top table or with a group at a larger table. They also offer domestic and international wines, including wines from California, Italy, Argentina, Chile, and elsewhere. For those who prefer a bottle or mug of beer, they offer a small selection of craft beers. And for those with a bit of an appetite, they offer a menu that includes salads, paninis, and other small plates. Wet Stone Wine Bar is available for private events, are closed on Mondays, and they offer a happy hour every other night of the week. - Erick Pettersen
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar - San Diego is an affluent chain of fine steakhouses known for their USDA Prime beef and steakhouse delicacies and their award winning ‘Fleming’s 100’, which showcases 100 wines by the glass and is available for USD10 or less. Besides Prime beef, they have other tasty dishes as well such as chops, freshly grilled fish and poultry, generous salads and side orders. The clientele is mostly businessmen but it has garnered a local fan following as well. You will relish their classic appetizers and accompaniments such as iceberg wedges with thick blue cheese dressing, deep-fried calamari with lemony dipping sauce, and spinach sauteed in brown butter. Steaks are the stars of the menu, from filets, rib-eyes and New York strips, they are yummy.
This wine shop is located across from the Hillcrest Cinemas in trendy, walkable, vibrant Hillcrest. The intimate, enchanting atmosphere encourages conversation and conviviality. Enjoy a variety of wines, carefully selected for value and quality. Not into wine? Fear not, this shop also offers a selection of micro-brewed beers from small breweries both near and far. The friendly, knowledgeable staff shares their insights into the large selection of variously priced wines while educating you into becoming a repeat customer. The Wine Lover opens daily at 4.30pm.
On the other side of a black and white awning, in an dining area with an open ceiling, Splash Wine Lounge offers a selection of 70 wines. In their setting that which includes low hanging ceiling lamps, brick walls, mahogany furniture and flooring, they also offer various flatbread pizzas, Cheese and Charcaturie, and more. For those who prefer a bottle or mug of beer, this wine lounge has a small selection of beers, as well as they offer some non-alcoholic beverages. For those who want to enjoy more of Splash Wine Lounge, they host various events throughout the week, and much more. - Erick Pettersen
Enoteca del Fornaio is a relaxing place to come and sip wine. The wine comes from Northern Italy and you can sample different varieties before ordering. In addition to wine, try the espresso that will keep you awake for hours. If you are in the mood for something a little sweeter, try the frothy Cappuccino. There is a full entree menu offered as well. Half of the bar is outside and half inside. Those who like to order a cigar with their wine can enjoy them in the outdoor half of the patio.