There’s just about a day for everything, but one day that I can get behind is National Wine Day. Celebrated on May 25th, this is a day that gives you the perfect excuse to sip on a little vino. Julie Cohen over at Reynolds Publicity sent over this list and while I typically I don’t republish tired press release fodder, I thought that she put together some solid options. So enjoy and let me know your favorite wine spot in the comments.
Where to drink like you’re on vacation: Zinc Bistro & Bar
Zinc’s gorgeous outdoor patio will make you feel like you’ve stepped into a hidden little European cafe.
207 N. Presa St., 210-224-2900
Where to imbibe when the babysitter bails: Grayze
With its ample outdoor space, Grayze gives any badly behaved kid (or good… one can hope) room to roam while you get to focus on what’s really important: that glimmering glass of rose.
521 E. Grayson St., 210-481-8776
Where to seal the deal: La Frite Belgian Bistro
Come on ladies and gentleman, don’t think you’re going to get anywhere offering your special someone a coffee mug of wine on the couch. La Frite’s cozy interior and top-notch service will turn any date into a romantic evening to remember.
728 S. Alamo St., 210-224-7555
Where to host a girls night: Sukeban
A killer happy hour, a fancy yet affordable bubbles menu and a see and be scene vibe, make this a home run for a girls night or any kind of night.
1420 S. Alamo St., 210-562-3251
Where to bring a big group: Liberty Bar
Have you ever had a drink at a former convent? Time to get in the habit. Liberty Bar’s ample private seating areas allow for large parties to behave or misbehave exactly how they want.
1111 S. Alamo St., 210-227-1187
Where to take the friend who insists on the River Walk: Boudro’s Texas Bistro
With prime seating on the River Walk to watch the people parade plus inside seating that feels miles from any tourist, at Boudro’s you really can’t go wrong.
421 E. Commerce St., 210-224-8484