- Casellula Wine and Cheese Cafe
- El Quinto Pino
- Murray’s Cheese Bar
Casellula Wine and Cheese Cafe
Our philosophy is simple: to share our passion for hand-made cheeses with as many people as possible. To that end, we have about 40 cheeses from all over the world on our list every day.
The choices range from the familiar to the obscure; from mild to strong (and on to super, duper, crazy, stinky); from fresh to washed to blue. And because not every cheese goes with quince paste we take pains to pair each cheese with its perfect house-made condiment.
It doesn’t stop with cheese, though. Our menu of shareable dishes will satisfy any palate. And with over 100 wines on our list, many of them unusual varietals from obscure regions, your geeking out doesn’t need to be limited to the cheese.
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Saturday & Sunday 11am – 3pm
Sunday 5pm – 12am
Monday – Thursday 5:30pm – 12am
Friday 5:30pm – 1am
Saturday 5pm – 1am
Opened in October 2007 in the heart of New York City’s West Village, dell’anima means “of the soul” in Italian and features hearty, eloquent dishes of thoughtful simplicity. Our menu offerings change daily and we use local, seasonal, and sustainably harvested produce where possible.
Executive Chef Andrew Whitney’s menu features a selection of pastas made fresh in house every day, traditional dishes rarely found outside of Italy, and his own Italian-inspired creations.
Our wine list features an array of small production, high-quality selections with an emphasis on traditional and natural winemaking. Over 150 hand-chosen wines are selected for flavor, uniqueness and tradition. Every bottle is kept in our temperature-controlled cellar and expertly poured into hand-blown crystal glasses from Milan.
dell’anima can accommodate up to 50 guests, and six lucky people may sit at the Chef’s Counter, which provides a commanding view of the open kitchen. Bar seats are available for walk-ins, where you can enjoy a glass of wine, a cocktail, or eat a whole meal. The Chef’s Counter may be reserved by phone or in person for groups of up to six people.
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El Quinto Pino
Lunch: Tues-Fri 12-3pm
Brunch: Weekends 1130-330
Dinner : Mon-Sun 5pm-close
El Quinto Pino is a multiregional Spanish tapas bar from chefs and owners Alex Raij and Eder Montero. Big ideas in small food are born here every day. Our menu is rooted in tradition, but features a unique take on classic dishes and an off the beaten path wine list. Above all, we are inspired by the tapas tradition and its ability to bring people together.
El Comedor is the newer dining room at El Quinto Pino, located directly behind the original bar. As in Spain, you can enjoy a seated snack or meal directly behind your favorite tapas bar. El Comedor was once a residential apartment and it remains so in many ways. Furnished with midcentury, custom, and vintage furniture, El Comedor is a comfortable oasis for small and large groups who prefer to sit or reserve a table in advance.
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Opened in December 2008, L’Artusi is named for Pellegrino Artusi, (1820-1911) and his self-published cookbook La Scienza in Cucina e L’Arte di Mangiare Bene (The Science of Cookery and the Art of Eating Well). L’Artusi presents a modern take on traditional Italian cuisine, combining comfort and creativity.
Our wine program features a mostly Italian wine list, presented by region with a map of DOCs and DOCGs accompanied by traditional local dishes, helping to demystify Italy, the most diverse viticultural nation in the world.
Our 110 seat restaurant, features two floors of comfortable banquette seating, extended traditional bar, cheese bar and a chef’s counter overlooking the open kitchen. Private dining opportunities are also available in our 2500 bottle walk-in wine cellar.
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Murray’s Cheese Bar
M & Tu 4-10pm | W & Th 4pm-Midnight | F 12pm -Midnight
Sa 11am-Midnight | Su 11am-10pm
Brunch Weekends 11:30am - 3:30pm | Happy Hour Weekdays 4-6pm
We’ve been selling cheese at our Bleecker Street flagship store since 1940, and in 2012 the team behind Murray’s Cheese decided we needed a place to host our friends and neighbors for cheesy brunches, dinners and spirited celebrations. Murray’s Cheese Bar was born, and so was a world of fine cheeses made locally and abroad, selected and arranged by expert mongers or cooked into divine dishes by our seasoned chefs.
We love cheese, but our menu also features seasonal specials, high-quality meat and produce and fantastic happy hour specials during the week. Join us for dinner seven nights a week or weekend brunch next time you’re passing through Greenwich Village and see why we’re so in love with what we serve.
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Acclaimed Basque restaurant in Chelsea from chefs Alex Raij and Eder Montero. Txikito aims to capture the many ways that food is enjoyed throughout the Basque country, from its simple bar foods to its more sophisticated signature dishes. Txikito is the only place in New York City that offers a current expression of this austere but sensual approach to cooking. A thoughtful Basque wine list served in traditional glassware, the blackboard of seasonal specials using local and green market products to create dishes of Basque inspiration, and a convivial atmosphere with warm, attentive service transport you to this celebrated region for a truly genuine Basque experience.
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- Bars and Pubs
- Bad Seed Brooklyn Taproom
Monday-Friday 5:00pm to 2:00am
Saturday 5:00pm to 2:00am
Sunday 4:00pm to 1:00am
We opened in May of 2010. The name is a reference to the clay vessels (Amphorae) used to store and transport wine in ancient Greece and Rome. There is a resurgence of anfora aging among some winemakers, and the list features great examples of these wines.
Please visit us and try our terrific beverage selection, and a menu of flavorful bar snacks, salads, sandwiches, charcuterie and cheeses.
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Bad Seed Brooklyn Taproom
585 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn NY 11238
With 20 rotating taps, and more available by the bottle, including rare and sometimes Tap Room only releases, this is ground zero for not only Bad Seed Cider but all Hudson Valley Craft Beverages. With friendly and knowledgeable staff to talk craft booze, and customizable tasting flights, whether you’re looking to dive deep into craft cider, explore a little of all that the Hudson Valley offers Beverage wise, or just relax with a pint, we’ve got you covered.
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- Shops and Markets
- Ambassador Wines
- Astor Center
- Astor Wines & Spirits
- Murray’s Cheese
- Prospect Wines
- Union Square Wines and Spirits
An urban sized Wine Store chocked full of high quality wines and the best cider selection around with a walk in cooler devoted to cider only.
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399 Lafayette Street, New York, NY
Astor Center is a distinctive place where the love for unique wines, craft spirits, and perfectly concocted cocktails can grow and evolve. Through our public programming, we strive to create an environment where education, hospitality, and enjoyment collide. As an events venue, Astor Center offers a platform for clients to showcase their passions and to bring people together. Regardless of the context, all are welcome to the table.
Astor Wines & Spirits
Located in the breathtaking landmark building in East Village, Astor Wines & Spirits is the New York City’s largest wine & spirits retail store. We are proud of providing a wide range of wines and spirits from around the world, including both large and small, artisanal producers.
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Founded in 1940 by Murray Greenberg, Murray’s is proud to be a Greenwich Village-based business and part of the neighborhood’s rich food history. It’s a pretty safe bet to say that we’re cheese obsessed: our goal is to find the most delicious cheese across the globe, and then feed it to you!
The main thing that makes Murray’s special is our passion for cheese – we share that with our friends and customers, whether you’re visiting one of our shops in New York, stopping by a Murray’s kiosk at your local supermarket, trolling on our web site, taking a class with us, or working with our wholesale department for your restaurant.
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Seventh Avenue between 8th and 9th Streets