Who doesn’t enjoy a fine bottle of wine while out on the town? Whether eating at an Italian, Mexican or your favorite Fusion style restaurant, chances are they will have a bottle of wine to go with your meal. From red, rose, sparkling to dessert wines, there is a bottle of vino to meet your taste and price point. From South Philly to Rittenhouse Square to Old City, here is a sample of what to expect from the wine list when you step out at night on the town.

Vintage Wine Bar And Bistro
129 S. 13th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19107
(215) 922-3095
www.vintage-philadelphia.com

Often times, wine makes the meal. Whether you are looking for a glass or a bottle, something new or something aged to perfection, then the Vintage Wine Bar and Bistro is just for you, offering more than 60 wines by the glass or the bottle from around the world. Sparkling, rose, white and red, there is a wine to suit everyone’s taste. Located just three blocks from City Hall and the Reading Terminal Market, Vintage Wine is in Midtown Village, one of the city’s premiere neighborhoods.

La Famiglia
8 S. Front St.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(215) 922-2803
www.lafamiglia.com

A mainstay of Philadelphia’s restaurant scene, La Famiglia offers up some of the finest wines on the planet. Depending on what you order for your entree, you might want to try one of the many bottles of Italian, French or California wines. Want to try something a bit more exotic? You can try their imported bottles from Argentina, Chile or Mexico. Come for the food and definitely savor the wine at one of the finest Italian restaurants in Philly.

Fork
306 Market St.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(215) 625-9425
forkrestaurant.com

In the heart of Old City is a restaurant whose menu is inspired by the Mid-Atlantic region and the local growers and producers who help shape the area. It is no wonder then Fork’s wine director, Robert Sello, seeks to compliment the menu with smarts and style when it comes to bottles of wine. Offering up a nice selection of international wines but from smaller vineyards. The result is the finest wine available at relatively affordable prices.

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A.Bar
135 S. 18th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19103
(215) 825-7035
www.akitchenandbar.com

This Rittenhouse Square establishment has been named one of the top 100 wine bars in the country. Judges were impressed with wine director Mariel Wega’s “offbeat” wines and “iconic winemakers.” The wine by the bottle menu starts with red, white and sparkling from the United States and features wines from France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Austria, Greece, Slovenia, Hungary, Lebanon and Australia. Whether you are looking for Orange and Ramato, rose’ or something familiar or something new, A. Bar has it for you.

Panorama
14 N. Front St.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(215) 922-7800
www.pennsviewhotel.com/panorama

When your long-time wine director co-founded Philadelphia wine week, it is no wonder, Old City’s Panorama is one of the top spots for wine in the region. When he isn’t planning wine-week or theme-tasting events, William Eccleston is curating the restaurant’s 800 bottle wine bar. Wine connoisseurs will love the opportunity to taste wines they are familiar with or uncork something new. Panorama is quick to brag about its incredibly diverse wines and selections that seem to change every week representing an unmatched variety of regions, styles and price points.

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