Paris Wine Bar

★★★★☆

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Hours
Mon. - Sun. 24 Hours

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Cozy, relaxing place to go for an after work drink. They have a good selection of wines and a very knowledgeable sommelier.

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Cozy, relaxing place to go for an after work drink. They have a good selection of wines and a very knowledgeable sommelier.

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Great way to wrap up a long day! Small venue on 15th street, walking distance to Confluence Park and REI. They have great drink specials and a small menu to compliment the wine, I would recommend any of the cheese boards. Perfect place to catch up with the girls!

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Great way to wrap up a long day! Small venue on 15th street, walking distance to Confluence Park and REI. They have great drink specials and a small menu to compliment the wine, I would recommend any of the cheese boards. Perfect place to catch up with the girls!

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Cool place with decent food and drinks, and a good wine selection. The servers/bartenders seem to be artists and the art on the walls is definitely interesting. Maybe as European of a cafe in feel as you'll find in Denver. The clientelle can be a bit of a curious crowd, which can be a good thing, or not as good of a thing.

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★★★★☆

Cool place with decent food and drinks, and a good wine selection. The servers/bartenders seem to be artists and the art on the walls is definitely interesting. Maybe as European of a cafe in feel as you'll find in Denver. The clientelle can be a bit of a curious crowd, which can be a good thing, or not as good of a thing.

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Don't be shy, it just seems pretentious from the name. It is a wine bar, but you could walk in wearing anything from a little black dress to a t-shirt and jeans and feel comfortable. With something like over 40 wines by the glass and a saucy little reserve list, this place is great for winos, from connoisseurs to those on a budget. The staff is not only knowledgeable on their own wine list, but can answer your questions on just about anything wine related. Paris Wine Bar has the same ownership of it's infamous sister store Paris On The Platte and conveniently located right next door, so your designated driver can get a milkshake or latte while sober-supervising. They share the same kitchen, but offer a few cheese boards and more sophistication than the cafe can provide. Free wi-fi both inside and on their front patio makes the perfect setting for a lunch meeting or study spot. Food is above average and relatively speedy considering their kitchen is providing for 2 restaurants at once. Their specialty martinis are something that has yet to be rivaled, my favorite being the Godiva Espresso-tini. My bartender even made it with soy milk instead of cream for me! Though there are few options for vegans, vegetarians and gluten-free eaters, they were more than accommodating with their suggestions on how to rearrange a dish to my dietary needs. I hear their pizzas are to die for, challenging their neighbor Proto's flimsy crust pizza with their hearty foccacia bread crust. There's no tv which delightfully removes it from the swarm of sports bars downtown. Right down the street from Sushi Sasa, it makes a great place to get drinks while waiting for your reservation. Great lunch spot. All in all, one of my favorite places in town!

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★★★★★

Don't be shy, it just seems pretentious from the name. It is a wine bar, but you could walk in wearing anything from a little black dress to a t-shirt and jeans and feel comfortable. With something like over 40 wines by the glass and a saucy little reserve list, this place is great for winos, from connoisseurs to those on a budget. The staff is not only knowledgeable on their own wine list, but can answer your questions on just about anything wine related. Paris Wine Bar has the same ownership of it's infamous sister store Paris On The Platte and conveniently located right next door, so your designated driver can get a milkshake or latte while sober-supervising. They share the same kitchen, but offer a few cheese boards and more sophistication than the cafe can provide. Free wi-fi both inside and on their front patio makes the perfect setting for a lunch meeting or study spot. Food is above average and relatively speedy considering their kitchen is providing for 2 restaurants at once. Their specialty martinis are something that has yet to be rivaled, my favorite being the Godiva Espresso-tini. My bartender even made it with soy milk instead of cream for me! Though there are few options for vegans, vegetarians and gluten-free eaters, they were more than accommodating with their suggestions on how to rearrange a dish to my dietary needs. I hear their pizzas are to die for, challenging their neighbor Proto's flimsy crust pizza with their hearty foccacia bread crust. There's no tv which delightfully removes it from the swarm of sports bars downtown. Right down the street from Sushi Sasa, it makes a great place to get drinks while waiting for your reservation. Great lunch spot. All in all, one of my favorite places in town!

Pros: Wi-fi, Large Wine Selection, Great Staff

Cons: Tiny Tables, Food is sometimes slow.

 

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