This Dark Horse Is Becoming My New Favorite Brooklyn Restaurant
Used to love Saraghina but sadly since the owners split up service has become very poor. And food at Celestino, the place the departing owner opened up isn't as good.
Am really falling in love, though, with Thirst Bar a Vin. Wines are unusual and delicious. Food is very good, though nothing spectacular. Menu rarely changes. And plates are small so it ends up being expensive because I have to order a lot.
Somehow, though, I don't care about the negatives. The wine is so yummy & they always let you taste. At least one of member of the couple that owns the place is always there. And the place is SOOO peaceful. Yes, that's right, you can actually have a conversation without raising your voice.