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3 Wine Bars to Try

Top picks for every type of wine drinker


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Eno Wine Bar

  • For the Impress-Your-Date Type:

    With one of the best views, and certainly most interesting histories, the world-famous Hotel Del Coronado is home to Eno Wine Bar, which offers flights, glasses, or bottles of wine paired with artisan cheeses, pizzas, cured meats, and chocolates. There are fire pits to keep you warm outside while you watch the sun set over the Pacific. 1500 Orange Avenue, Coronado

  • For the Wine Geek:

    Whether you’re trying to become a wine expert or looking to increase your wine lexicon, Village Vino wine bar in Kensington offers a great selection of international and domestic wines with the sophisticated palate in mind. Talk to the owner, Rita—she knows her stuff! 4095 Adams Avenue, Kensington

  • For the Social Butterfly:

    The staff at this oldie but goodie is so dedicated to happy hours and tastings, they update the nightly specials on both Facebook and Twitter. Maybe that’s why Wine Steals is always packed. Bonus: If you’re wine curious, you can talk the wine talk with them. Various locations, winestealssd.com

 
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