Minetta Tavern (New York, NY)

Diners come to this New York City favorite for Old World wines and supernal dry aged côte de boeuf.


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Vintage caricatures, photographs and New York City murals line the walls of this intimate Greenwich Village revival. The décor conjures a bygone ambiance era that is almost as effective at transporting you to an experience of splendor as the meal itself.

Destination Bottles:

Domaine de L’Anglore 2009 Cuvée des Traverses (Côtes-du-Rhône)
Albert Mann NV Brut Sparkling Blend (Crémant d'Alsace)
Owen Roe 2008 Slide Mountain Cabernet Franc (Yakima Valley)

This vintage Greenwich Village literary haunt now has a cellar worthy of its supernal, dry aged côte de boeuf, featuring classic, Old World wines and bottles from small, renegade and highly allocated producers.

For more information about this New York City restaurant, click here.

For more restaurants where you can dine with the stars, visit The Bazaar by José Andrés, Daniel,  Prime One Twelve and Spago Beverly Hills.

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