55 2 Tremont St., Boston
Barbara Lynch’s cozy neighborhood wine bar, which was inspired by her travels throughout Italy and France, might be best for indulging during special occasions. But vegetarians may want to skip this spot, where offerings — besides over 100 wine selections — include sausages, prosciutto, and lots of beef.
Well-known wine director Cat Silirie, named by The New York Times as “Boston’s preeminent sommelier,” selects bottles from artisinal producers hailing from Europe, and her yearly trips to meet with wine growers enhance both the wine selection and the employees’ knowledge through weekly “Wine Words” discussions.
A rotating selection of morsels include the aforementioned meat and charcuterie.