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315 Restaurant and Wine Bar opened as a French bistro in 1995. While diners will still find classic dishes including onion soup and steak and frites, over the years the menu has evolved; these days... Read More
315 Restaurant and Wine Bar opened as a French bistro in 1995. While diners will still find classic dishes including onion soup and steak and frites, over the years the menu has evolved; these days "fusion" is a more apt description. The cozy, dark bar is a great place to hang out and sip wine. Or opt for dinner in one of the cozy dining rooms. The restaurant stocks over 250 bottles with 16 selections offered by the glass. Bottles start at a reasonable $20. While the list has selections from around the world, most are from either France or the USA. The list reflects chef/owner Louis Moskow's "passion for wines that span the globe." He says that "wines of different regions should express a unique terroir that transports the individual to that place in that time." Not a fan of the grape? There's also a full bar.
- Wine Bars: "Pair a bit of food from the bar menu with your wine. Everything on this diverse menu is $8; buy five items for $35. It's a great opportunity to share food and wine with friends and enjoy a casual, reasonably-priced meal."
- Best for Wine Bars Because: Chef/owner Louis Moskow's commitment to fine wine is apparent and he loves creating menus with tempting food to pair with it.