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Want to sip fine wines in an intimate bar accompanied by a carefully-crafted lounge menu? Head for Geronimo. Quinn Stephenson, one of the owners and a certified sommelier, has a carefully selected... Read More
Want to sip fine wines in an intimate bar accompanied by a carefully-crafted lounge menu? Head for Geronimo. Quinn Stephenson, one of the owners and a certified sommelier, has a carefully selected the over 200 wines on their list. According to owner Chris Harvey, it's "anchored in California but it has nods to Burgundy and white wines from Germany, with Argentinean Malbecs as well." Oenophiles can order by the glass; the 14 wines offered run from $9 to $18 or spring for a bottle which range from $36 for a Pinot Grigio to $3,500 for the legendary 2000 vintage of Chateau Lafite Rothchild. As you sip, feast on such tidbits as Maine lobster tempura, their signature Hawaiian ahi tuna sashimi and tartare or mesquite grilled prawns. Want to get beyond bar food? The entire dinner menu is available in the bar.
- Wine Bars: "Keep your eyes peeled here. You might see a famous face or two at this upscale eatery; Geronimo seems to attract more glitterati than any other restaurant in town. And even if you don't get a celebrity spotting, it's worth going for the food and wine."
- Best for Wine Bars Because: Geronimo offers a quiet setting with fine wines and an interesting lounge menu for enjoyable evenings.