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Looking for a great spot to have some wine, cheese and meat tomorrow night after what will be a long day of work. I have been to Salt and Time and was very impressed, but I would like to try something new. I have never been to Antonelli's or Henri's. What are your thoughts? I would also point out that I like to eat. I am not looking for small and over priced portions.

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  1. contigo and hillside farmacy both usually have ever rotating charcuterie

    1. Vino Vino has a great Charcuterie plate with the meats made in-house. The bar is long and the atmosphere pleasant. I do believe their cheeses come from Antonelli's.

      1. Surprisingly, Mandola's does a very nice spread for under $10. My husband and I share it and are always full. However, it's not Vino Vino quality.

        1. IIRC, Enoteca has a cheese plate from Antonelli's.

          1. The chef's board at Arro is excellent, and changes frequently.

            Also as a side note, I frequently miss the Good Knight's charcuterie. Sigh.

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            1. re: popvulture

              Just looked at Arro's menu. I'm checking this place out today.