Best Natural Wine Bars in NYC

January 20, 2022

If you know us at alllll…you know we are natty wine heads (are we allowed to say that? lol). So it’s only fitting that we put together our favorite spots in the city to grab that sweet unfiltered, carbonic grape juice :)

PS- if you are like, what even is natural wine? Does orange wine really exist? This lil book taught us all we know.


The Ten Bells

Lower East Side & Bushwick

For: a fantastic happy hour and Spanish tapas.
(also seen in Best Cheap Eats in NYC)
 



Rhodora  

Fort Greene, Brooklyn

For: a light-filled dining space in one of our favorite neighborhoods. Stop by for snax and zero waste/carbon neutral/natural wine :)
(also seen in Fort Greene Neighborhood Guide)


Ruffian 

East Village, Manhattan

For: a (verryyyy) cozy and classic EV bar w/ a mostly veggie menu & a curated wine list that never disappoints.



Petit Paulette 

Fort Greene, Brooklyn

For: a glass of the good stuff (with a French twist) al fresco.
(also seen in Fort Greene Neighborhood Guide)


LaLou 

Prospect Heights, Brooklyn

For: natural, biodynamic and small-production wines…and a menu that is meant to mix ‘n match.


Pips

Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn

For: Natural wines, Italian-style aperitifs, and a small plates menu inspired by coastal Italy.

The Fly 

 Bed Stuy, Brooklyn

For: A (chicken) bar with great natural wine, cocktails & beer. It’s our favorite spot in the neighborhood to stop by for a glass of wine at the bar.


The Four Horsemen 

Williamsburg, Brooklyn

For: a Michelin-starred meal to go with that glass of natty. Don’t forget to make ressys!

June  

Cobble Hill, Brooklyn

For: Possibly the best wine bar in NYC? Come in the summer for wine & snacks in the backyard. Come in the winter for wine & snacks in their cozy dining room.
(also seen in Cobble Hill/Brooklyn Heights Neighborhood Guide)


Public Records 

Gowanus, Brooklyn

For: wine with a side deep-house music and industrial-chic interiors.



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