At the Wine Bar
I recently went to a wine bar named Eno that I hadn’t been to before. It’s got a cute fireplace and lovely wine flights. It also had food that looked yummy but I didn’t get any food on this visit. I had a white wine flight and also tried a kind of very sweet Hungarian wine that I’d never heard of before called Tokaji. It tastes a bit like Ethiopian honey wine.
The three wines in my flight where an Etra Bianco from Italy, a Pinot Gris from Hungary and a Greek white wine that I can’t recall the name of. I’ve been noticing a lot of places advertising “Pinot Gris” so I asked the server what the difference is between this and Pinot Grigio and he confirmed that there is no difference. Basically the grape is called Pinot Gris in France and Pinot Grigio in Italy; some resources say that Pinot Gris is typically used now to refer to a more full-bodied, spicy wine from this grape while Pinot Grigio is lighter and crisper but this doesn’t seem to always hold true.
I love the Jackrabbit at Swig Bar.
This was an Irish Coffee enjoyed while watching Dueling Pianos at Johnny Foley’s
I rarely drink beer or anything like it but I am a fan of Pear Cider. I had this while watching free comedy at Cafe Royale.