Grand Cru

Grand Cru has re-opened with a new owner and look, but the same charm.  We went in for a few drinks to celebrate a friends birthday.  They have a decent happy hour – three or so wines, a beer, and a daily punch for $6.

IMG_3940I chose this light and crisp Vinho Verde from Portugal.  It was on happy hour, but still reasonably priced off of happy hour.  I really liked this wine.  Even if you don’t like anything on the menu by the glass, you can pick one of their many many bottles varying in price from $12 to over $50. That is one of my favorite part of this place.   Plus, the folks behind the bar have a decent wine knowledge, so feel free to ask all your questions.

They have a limited menu right now, everything was tempting.  We went with the Parts and Labor meats with a companion cheese plate.  Oh my, I love a cheese and charcuterie plate.  They also have a bunch of oysters.  We opted for the roasted ones that were baked and covered with a little cheese.  They reminded me of the oysters I had in New Orleans.  I feel sad that I ate everything too quickly and didn’t take the pictures.

If you get to Grand Cru before 8pm, you can also have food from Belvedere Market.  After our snacks we shared a few more things from the Market: ramen with carrot and zucchini noodles and an italian sammich with steak, peppers and provolone.

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