NYC's Top Wine Bars

Who doesn't love a glass of wine after a long day? Whether you prefer a dry white, a full-bodied red, or a refreshing rosé, these top 15 wine bars in NYC have got you covered.
  1. Black Mountain Wine House
    "Beautiful, secluded, and cozy space for a glass of wine (or two). Hide away from the fray and enjoy a quiet getaway from the city. Excellent wine list!" - Gluten Free GRL
  2. Casellula
    "Fantastic place for a small group of friends or a date. Come, enjoy good wine, try the peppadews, try the pork buns, try the endive salad—try it all!" - Santi A.
  3. Lois
    "Many wines. On tap. Many cheeses. On plates. (For real though, get a cheese plate." - Emily K.
  4. Corkbuzz
    "A fantastic date night spot, though make reservations ahead of time or be prepared for a wait. Snag a seat in the cozy lounge area up front if it's available!" - Nina Y.
  5. Milk & Roses
    "Wonderful wine with a great ambiance to boot. With this location, it really draws a local crowd." - Nathan M.
  6. Brooklyn Winery
    "Cute, rustic ambiance with large windows and lots of light in the back. Great for a chill Sunday afternoon glass." - Basak H.
  7. Terroir
    "Laid back place with a spectacular wine list, inventive food menu, great jukebox, and friendly staff." - Lisette
  8. The Owl's Head
    "They have basque cider and an amazing selection of other goodies from Spain (and other parts of the world) — grateful to have it in the neighborhood!" - Kim F.
  9. Ardesia
    "Ardesia is a true midtown utility spot. Wine and small plates in a non-cheesy environment is exactly the setup you need. Add to that it's reasonable prices, friendly service, and outdoor seating." - Chelsea R.
  10. The Immigrant
    "Try the Sancerre with the meat and cheese plate. Reasonably priced and delicious quality." - Ina L.
  11. Bar Jamon
    "If the cheese name is familiar, it's fantastic. If the cheese name is unfamiliar, it's super fantastic." - Josh W.
  12. Aria Wine Bar
    "Excellent wine by the glass and creamy burrata atop generous bed of prosciutto. Heaven on a Friday afternoon!" - Charlotte S.
  13. Jadis
    "Large selection of wines to choose from. You can also mix and match to make your own meat and cheese board. Couches in the back for a more chill feel." - Kristen
  14. The Four Horsemen
    "Inventive menu, really good food. INCREDIBLE wine list, including orange wine by the glass if that's your thing." - Pamela C.
  15. Kaia Wine Bar
    "If you love or want to try South African Wine you need to visit Kaia. Food also a pleasant surprise." - Jennifer C.