Commitmentphobes will appreciate this wine spot’s try-before-you-buy philosophy: In addition to a lengthy list of international vinos (35 by the glass include a crisp $13 Adelé Rouzé sauvignon blanc), the narrow enoteca features all manners of cured meats and cheeses (try the meaty epoisses, a semisoft cow’s-milk variety). In the adjacent shop, you can peruse more than 300 old- and new-world bottles—pop one open at the bar for an additional $15 corkage fee.
211 West Broadway
|Cross street:||at Franklin St|
|Transport:||Subway: 1 to Franklin St|
|Price:||AmEx, MC, V|