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Ten new wine bars in Brooklyn to check out

brooklyn for wine lovers 01 Brooklyn Wine Bars Wine bars in Brooklyn are hotter than Brooklyn in July, and it seems like a new one opens every day. Below are ten recent arrivals that are perfect for an after-work drink with coworkers, a night out with friends, a romantic date, or your next trip to the Big Apple.

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(Williamsburg): It’s the real deal–an actual winery in the heart of Williamsburg–that also houses a wine bar stocked with staff favorites.
hillside Brooklyn Wine BarsHillside Wine Bar(Vinegar Hill): The perfect place to relax with wine and small plates while waiting for your table at Vinegar Hill House next door.
thirstbaravin 01 Brooklyn Wine BarsThirstbaravin (Crown Heights): The excellent food and small, focused wine list of this loft-like bar make it well worth the visit.
brookvin Brooklyn Wine BarsBrookvin (Park Slope): Wine aficionado Aaron Hans opened this wine bar with a streamlined and eclectic wine list in 2009, across the street from his wine shop, Big Nose Full Body.
castello plan 01 Brooklyn Wine BarsThe Castello Plan(Ditmas Park): Peruse their list of over 130 wines from small producers around the world by the light of a restored floodlight from a Navy aircraft carrier, and your faith in humanity’s ingenuity will be restored.
owl Brooklyn Wine BarsThe Owl’s Head (Bay Ridge): Exposed brick walls, original tin ceiling and a 12-foot chalkboard set the tone for a laid-back but sincere wine experience.
the jakewalk Brooklyn Wine BarsThe Jakewalk (Carroll Gardens): Feels like a comfy neighborhood bar that just happens to have over 200 spectacular wine choices.
custom Brooklyn Wine BarsCustom American Wine Bar (Williamsburg): Candlelight and an easily navigable wine list featuring American wines make this the perfect place if you are just learning about wine.
mauzac Brooklyn Wine BarsMauzac(Fort Greene): The copper-topped bar and rows of sleek wine bottles call out for a few hours of conversation at the bar.
pinkerton Brooklyn Wine BarsPinkerton (Williamsburg): New World wines, affordable prices, and a sidewalk patio–what more could a city oenophile ask for?

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  1. Wine bars in Brooklyn are hotter than Brooklyn in July, and it seems like a new one opens every day. Below are ten recent arrivals that are perfect for an after-work drink with coworkers, a night out with friends, a romantic date, or your next trip to the Big Apple. Brooklyn Winery (Williamsburg): It’s the real deal–an actual winery in the heart of Williamsburg–that also houses a wine bar stocked with staff favorites. Hillside Wine Bar (Vinegar Hill): The perfect place to relax with wine and small plates while waiting for your table at Vinegar Hill House next door. Thirstbaravin (Crown Heights): The excellent food and small, focused wine list of this loft-like bar make it well worth the visit. Brookvin (Park Slope): Wine aficionado Aaron Hans opened this wine bar with a streamlined and eclectic wine list in 2009, across the street from his wine shop, Big Nose Full Body. The Castello Plan (Ditmas Park): Peruse their list of over 130 wines from small producers around the world by the light of a restored floodlight from a Navy aircraft carrier, and your faith in humanity’s ingenuity will be restored. The Owl’s Head (Bay Ridge): Exposed brick walls, original tin ceiling and a 12-foot chalkboard set the tone for a laid-back but sincere wine experience. The Jakewalk (Carroll Gardens): Feels like a comfy neighborhood bar that just happens to have over 200 spectacular wine choices. Custom American Wine Bar (Williamsburg): Candlelight and an easily navigable wine list featuring American wines make this the perfect place if you are just learning about wine. Mauzac (Fort Greene): The copper-topped bar and rows of sleek wine bottles call out for a few hours of conversation at the bar. Pinkerton (Williamsburg): New World wines, affordable prices, and a sidewalk patio–what more could a city oenophile ask for?

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