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100+ Top Bars: Wine Bars

Nothing spells posh like a fine wine and good company. Here are a few bars that offer the former; the latter is up to you.

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Oak Wine Bar & Bistro
Sip one of Oak's 83 wines inside or outside at cafe-style tables. Bottles are half price on Wednesdays, and there's live music Thursdays through Saturdays. A plus for late-night foodies: the full-service kitchen is open until midnight Fridays and Saturdays (shrimp tacos and Korean fried chicken wings are mainstays on the ever-shifting menu). 8118 Oak St., 504-302-1485; www.oaknola.com, @OakNOLA

Orleans Grapevine
This cafe is a casual spot to enjoy fine dining and a deep list of wines from around the globe, many of which are available by the glass. There's plenty of seating on the lush brick courtyard. 720 Orleans Ave., (504) 523-1930; www.orleansgrapevine.com

Patrick's Bar Vin
Lined with wine lockers and featuring an intimate courtyard, Patrick's Bar Vin offers a classy refuge from the French Quarter. Buy wine by the glass (prices range from $5 to $16) or the bottle ($25 to $300) and savor it with a plate of cheese and charcuterie. 730 Bienville St., (504) 200-3180; www.patricksbarvin.com, @PatricksBarVin

Tommy's Wine Bar
Ladies' night on Fridays brings $7 all-you-can-drink sparkling wine, Saturdays feature live Latin merengue and salsa music, and every night there are 140 wines by the bottle and 30 by the glass from which to choose. Diners can order off the full menu from Tommy's Cuisine. 752 Tchoupitoulas St., (504) 525-4790; www.tommysneworleans.com, @TommysWineBar




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