Wine & Beer

Wine & Beer Specials!

Monday

Half off all house wine bottles

Tuesday

$3 select beers

Wednesday

Half off all wine bottles

Saturday & Sunday

Bottomless Sangria/Mimosa/Bellini $22 per person (must purchase food item)

Beer and Wine Selections May Vary by Location

Sparkling

VINE NOTES

By some estimates there are about 20 million bubbles in a bottle of sparkling wine. A wine by many names, sparkling generally refers to wines made with trapped carbon dioxide in the bottle. In the traditional Champagne method, the wine undergoes a second fermentation in the sealed bottle. Fermentation releases carbon dioxide and it is dissolved in the wine until you pop the cork and all that bubbly awesomeness happens. Try one of our sparkling wines with hummus, halloumi, caprese or olives.

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  • House Mimosa Glass $7 | Carafe $25
  • Bellini Glass $8 | Carafe $28
  • Cordoniu Brut Glass $10

    Cava, Spain

  • House Champagne Glass $6 | Bottle $24
  • Prosecco Glass $9 | Bottle $35

    Italy

  • JP Chenet Rosé Dry Glass $10

    Champagne, FR

  • JP Chenet White Glass $10

    Champagne, FR

  • Laurent-Perrier Bottle $160

    Champagne, FR

  • Cremant de Bourgogne Molliard Bottle $60

    France

Rosé

VINE NOTES

Rosé wines are produced a couple different ways. It can be a blend or it can be produced from a traditional red wine grape where the skins are kept in contact with the juice (must) for a short time and then removed. This imparts just a bit of color. Rosé wines are very diverse and versatile for pairing. Try a rosé with dolmas, tabbouleh,  rosemary chicken or a caesar salad.

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  • House Glass $9 | Bottle $36

    Spain. Pairing suggestion, Dolmas.

  • The Palm Rosé Glass $11 | Bottle $44

    Provence, FR. Pairing suggestion, Tabbouleh.

  • Whispering Angel Bottle $56

    Provence, FR. Pairing suggestion, Rosemary Chicken.

  • Puech-Haut Bottle $70

    France. Pairing suggestion, Caesar Salad.

Riesling

VINE NOTES

Germany is the most important growing region for Riesling grapes, but it is becoming a significant varietal in California as well with nearly 4,000 acres. Monterey County leads the state with over 1,500 acres.  Try our Riesling with greek salad, halloumi or a Jerusalem salad.

  • J. Lohr Bay Mist Glass $9 | Bottle $36

    Monterey, CA

Pinot Grigio

VINE NOTES

Pinot Grigio (or Pinot Gris) is a zippy light-bodied white wine most famously grown in Northern Italy, Oregon and Alsace. Pinot Grigio pairs nicely with white meats and seafood particularly in meals that include a fruit element. Try a Pinot Grigio with a cobb salad, chicken kebab or spanikopita.

  • House Glass $8 | Bottle $32

    Pairing suggestion, Cobb Salad.

  • San Angelo Bottle $55

    Banfi, Italy. Pairing suggestion, Chicken Kebab.

  • Cristom Bottle $100

    Willamette Valley, OR. Pairing suggestion, Spanikopita.

Sauvignon Blanc

VINE NOTES

Sauvignon Blanc is distinct with it’s “green” grassy and herbal character and it’s zippy acidity. Originating from the Loire Valley in France, it is now grown almost everywhere. The crisp acidity and light body pair wonderfully with Mediterranean spiced dishes and it matches up perfectly with Feta cheese. Try a Sauvignon Blanc with chicken or the smoked chicken ravioli.

  • House Glass $8 | Bottle $32

    Pairing suggestion, Chicken.

  • Kim Crawford Half Bottle $25 | Bottle $49

    Marlborough, New Zealand. Pairing suggestion, Smoked Chicken Ravioli.

Chardonnay

VINE NOTES

Chardonnay is the most widely planted white wine grape in the world and is grown almost everywhere. Styles vary widely as this robust grape provides winemakers with many possibilities. It originated in the small village of Chardonnay, France. Its wide range of styles allow pairing with a wide variety of foods but it especially sets off richly flavored foods. Try a Chardonnay with chicken gyro, chicken tabbouleh, tapenade, antipasto, vine platter, olives, feta or tzatiki.

  • House Glass $7 | Bottle $28

    Pairing suggestion, Chicken Gyro.

  • Maison Louis Latour Glass $9 | Bottle $36

    France. Pairing suggestion, Chicken Tabbouleh.

  • Landmark Glass $11 | Bottle $44

    Sonoma, CA. Pairing suggestion, Tapenade.

  • Laguna Ranch Bottle $56

    Russian River Valley, CA. Pairing suggestion, Antipasto.

  • Moillard Macon-Village Bottle $50

    France. Pairing suggestion, Vine Platter.

  • Chassagne-Montrachet Bottle $200

    France. Pairing suggestions, Olives, Feta, Tzatiki.

Other Whites

  • Moscato Glass $8 | Bottle $32

    Pairing suggestion, Baklava.

  • Man Chenin Blanc Bottle $36

    South Africa

  • Cristom Pinot Gris Bottle $60

    Oregon

Pinot Noir

VINE NOTES

Pinot Noir is one of the most popular light-bodied red wines in the world. Originally grown in the Burgundy region of France, it is now grown on over 240,000 acres all over the world. Pinot Noir is very versatile when it comes to pairing with its higher acidity and low tannins. Try a Pinot Noir with our eggplant or any of our pasta dishes.

Malbec

VINE NOTES

When we think Malbec, we think Argentina. Malbec originated in France and is one of the five noble Bordeaux grapes. However, it is a minor varietal in that region now and Argentina is Malbec’s champion. Generally, Malbec delivers a full-bodied wine, but unlike its Bordeaux cousin, Cabernet Sauvignon, it doesn’t have a long finish which makes it a great choice for leaner red meats. Try a Malbec with feta, lamb chops, Gyros or pasta.

  • House Glass $8 | Bottle $32

    Mendoza, Argentina. Pairing suggestion: Gyro.

  • Piatelli Bottle $46

    Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza. Pairing suggestion: Mediterranean Eggplant.

Cabernet Sauvignon

VINE NOTES

Cabernet Sauvignon is the world’s most consumed red wine grape. One of the noble Bordeaux grapes, it is actually a hybrid of Cabernet France and Sauvignon Blanc…both from the Bordeaux region. Bold, and full-bodied, Cabernet Sauvignon is a perfect companion to rich meat dishes and peppery sauces. Try a Cabernet Sauvignon paired with bold-flavored dishes such as gyros or pastas.

  • House Glass $7 | Bottle $28

    Pairing suggestion: Gyros

  • Merf (8oz pour) Glass (8oz) $10

    Columbia Valley, WA. Pairing suggestion, sip with Hummus.

  • Oberon Bottle $65

    Napa Valley, CA. Pairing suggestion, Lasagna.

  • Barkan Bottle $48

    Israel. Pairing suggestion, Lamb Kebab.

Other Reds

  • House Merlot Glass $7 | Bottle $28
  • Sangria Glass $7 | Carafe $25
  • Argiano Glass $15 | Bottle $60

    Tuscany, Italy

  • Shatter Grenache Bottle $65

    Maury, France

  • Finca Allende Tempranillo Bottle $80

    Rioja, Spain

  • Moilliard Beaujolias-Villages Bottle $36

    France

Draft Beer

Stella Artois
Peroni
Miller Lite
Tropicalia
Scofflaw
Allagash White
Creature Comforts

(Ask server for rotating beers)

Bottle Beer

ATL Easy Ale
Mythos
Almazza
Becks Non-Alcoholic

(Ask server for rotating beers)

Bottomless Mimosa/Sangria/Bellini

Sat – Sun/Noon – 3PM
$22 per person with $10 minimum food purchase per person

Non Alcoholic

Iced Tea or Hot Tea
Turkish Coffee
Coke Products
Fiji Water $6 Large/$3 Small
San Pellegrino Sparkling $6 Large/$3 Small
San Pellegrino Seasonal (ask server for flavors)
San Pellegrino Blood Orange Soda
Red Bull
Montane Sparkling Waters
Fever Tree Ginger Beer

Drink selections may vary by location. Cocktails only available at Midtown. Please drink responsibly. We ID.

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