• How Chefs Are Making Wine Bars Happen in America

    2 monthes ago - By Eater

    From Wildair and the Four Horsemen in NYC to Bar Crenn and Verjus in San Francisco, America's chefs are resetting expectations of what a wine bar can be Wine bars aren't a new thing in the drinking world. They're actually one of the oldest: The first probably opened several thousand years ago , and they've been a fixture in European cities for centuries. Even in the U.S., Americans have been heading to these specialist venues for afternoon tasting events, afterwork drinks, and blind dates since the 1970s.
    But lately, it seems like every city has a chef who's gone to Paris and come back...
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