Brooklyn Wine Book: Get 2-for-1 pours at great bars & eateries

What a beaut! Design by Shaylyn Berlew.

What a beaut! Design by Shaylyn Berlew.

You’ve enjoyed our Beer and Cocktail Books (and so have we!) Now we’re growing up, grabbing our Robert Parker books and dipping into wine terroir-tory with our first-ever Brooklyn Wine Book, a collection of tickets good for 2-for-1 glasses at fantastic wine bars and wine-focused eateries from Cobble Hill to Greenpoint.

Oh the toasty fall and winter afternoons and big, buttery nights that await you! From Pinot to Prosecco, Malbec to Muscadet, you will enjoy sipping your way through all 20 of the inventive and unstuffy wine-centric venues curated by Rachel Signer, our resident expert. Priced for gifting (and designed for hanging on a museum wall by our very own Shaylyn Berlew), the Brooklyn Wine Book is an enticement to get out there and up your date game.

The Brooklyn Wine Book. (Photo by Taylor Naught, Selamat Pagi.)

The Brooklyn Wine Book. (Photo by Taylor Naught, Selamat Pagi.)

If you’ve bought our Beer and Cocktail Books, you’re already that friend who knows all the best bars, no matter what Brooklyn neighborhood you’re in. The Brooklyn Wine Book introduces you to 20 more places for your go-to list (photos and a map below): 

Aita Trattoria • Aita Restaurant • Bar Olivino • Bedford Hill • Bed-Vyne Brew • Concord Hill • The Finch • Greene Grape Annex • Humboldt & Jackson • June • Molasses Books • No. 7 • No. 7 North • Pair Wine & Cheese • River Styx • Selamat Pagi • Sort Of Wine Bar • Speedy Romeo • Sunrise / Sunset • The Camlin 


Pair Wine & Cheese.

Pair Wine & Cheese.

June Wine Bar.

June Wine Bar.

The River Styx is in the Brooklyn Wine Book.

The River Styx.

Humboldt & Jackson

Humboldt & Jackson

Concord Hill.

Concord Hill.

Sort of Wine Bar.

Sort of Wine Bar.

Selamat Pagi.

Selamat Pagi.

The Camlin.

The Camlin.

Aita Trattoria.

Aita Restaurant.

No. 7.

No. 7.

Aita Trattoria.

Aita Trattoria.

A glass of wine is nice. Forty of them are even better. Cheers, Brooklyn!


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