Midwest Living Review
Sit at high-top communal tables, and you'll be waited on by well-schooled wine directors who know just what to mix and match. There are between 300 and 500 wines to choose from, so don't shy away from getting a little help. The chocolate selection is heavy on handmade truffles. Cheeses include about 35 different types from small producers around the world.Your best bet: Order a wine flight, a recommended selection of three like-minded wines in tasting portions ($13$17). You won't go wrong with the Spanish Siesta, a series of earthy reds paired with a half-ounce portion of the nutty-tasting French cheese Tomme de Savoie.