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Apr 26, 2009 03:48 PM

Half-Price wine- Denver?

Do any of you Denver hounds know about places in Denver that do half-priced wine lists on certain days of the week? Most interested in Sunday but would be a nice list to have for Mon-Wed as well if they exist.

I know Brix in Cherry Creek used to before they closed- not sure if the Downtown location does.

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  1. I guess I've never heard of this beyond the usual select wines at happy many wine bars popping up these days (Tastes, Caveau, Sketch, Trios)...don't know? I know Caveau has good wine deals, but again it's during happy hour, and it might only be BTG...

    1. I often find some of the places that regularly offer half price wine during happy hour are a little overpriced when its not, so you end up paying normal when it is half price time.

      But, a couple places that I think do have really good half price deals are:

      Trios Enoteca: 1/2 price glasses Tuesday - Saturday 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm (and great cheap pizza too!)

      Satchels: 1/2 price bottles on wed. Comfy little neighborhood place with a really reasonable small wine list that is about the best deal around when 1/2 price I think, and great food,

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      1. re: nateco

        Once again, never heard of it! You're always giving interesting thing, though: how can we trust that it's great when its slogan is "Where hip folks collide"? Ewww....

        1. re: tatamagouche

          haha, ya, the place is a bit quirky. Has been a neighborhood place for years with coffee, brunch, and occasional special dinners. They recently got their liquor license and have expanded to dinner. It is just a tiny little spot, but is very friendly and fun for just wine (or beer) and a couple small plates with a group, or dinner. Or stop in for weekend brunch.

          It is kind of hidden in the center of North Park Hill so that keeps it kind of unknown outside the neighborhood. I would love to hear other opinions. I love the place...but then I can walk there and seem to always run into people I know, so that always gives a bias. Right around the corner from Joseph's Southern Food.

          1. re: nateco

            Cool. I trust ya. Will check it out!

        2. re: nateco

          Yes, I like Trios Enoteca too - also, they do wine tastings all of the it.

          Trios Enoteca
          1730 Wynkoop St, Denver, CO 80202

        3. It's not Sunday or even Monday, but Solera ( offers half-price bottles of wine on Thursdays. Good on first bottle -- under $80.

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          1. re: ClaireWalter

            Tuesday: Vita
            Thursday: Highland Pacific
            Tuesday/Wednesday: Mojitos - free bottle with 2 entrees
            Monday: 9th Door
            to name a few

              1. re: FRF30

                Yeah, that's sweet, where you been all our lives? Plus you're also on the Boston board? Hmmm....

                "To name a few" name a few more.

                1. re: tatamagouche

                  Ha ha - thanks tatamagouche...yeah, I am probably on the Chicago board somewhere too. I have moved a bit.

                  I know that Trios was mentioned for their happy hour but they do half price bottles on Saturdays.
                  Solera: Thursday (plus wine tastings on Wednesday and Mussel night on Tuesday)

            1. Quick Note:

              The Oven is now offering half priced wine on Mondays in both locations (as long as you get one of their tasty pizzas).

              1. In Lafayette, Magnolia Steak & Seafood (my favorite sushi restaurant in Colorado) does Wino Wednesday, where every bottle of wine is half price.

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                1. re: ToddBradley

                  Magnolia for fave sushi in CO? Better than Sushi Sasa in Denver or Matsuhisa in Aspen?

                  I went several years ago under their original ownership for a non-sushi tasting menu and did not want to return. What dishes do they do well now other than sushi?