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MENU 8/22/23


Cherry Peppers Stuffed with Pecorino Cheese: $1.5 

Burrata with Roasted Red Pepper Bits and Garlic Oil Drizzle: $6 

Mixed Olive Tapenade with Pita Chips or on Tribeca Bread: $8 

Black Olive Spread on Tribeca Bread: $7 

Mixed Olives with Tribeca Bread: $6 

Chicken Salad on Tribeca Bread: $8 

Sweet Grass Dairy Pimento Cheese, Thomasville, GA on Tribeca Bread or on Sesame Tamari Crackers: $8 Roasted Garlic Hummus with Pita Chips: $8 

Parmesan Spread on Tribeca Bread: $8 

Cheese Plates: $8 and $12 (For bread to accompany, see below*) 

Assorted Salamis with Assorted Cheese or Assorted Salami Plate with Mustard: $10 

Roasted and Salted Rosemary Marcona Almonds or Salted Truffle Marcona Almonds: $4 Shelled Pistachios: $4 

Macadamia Nuts: $5 

Chile and Garlic Cashews: $4 

Affiorato Hand Pressed Olive Oil from Italy with Tribeca Bread: $5 (or flavored olive oils from Puglia) *Plate of Tribeca Bread from New Jersey: $3 

Chocolate Truffles: $1.25 each 


Moonstone Plum Infused Sake (slightly sweet), Oregon: $8 

Moonstone Pear Infused Sake (dry), Oregon: $8 

Ruffino Wine Limonata: $6 

Flybird Blood Orange or Passion Fruit Margarita Cocktail (made with Agave wine) over Ice: $6 


1) Domaine de Bagnol Rose 2022, Cassis: A summery bouquet of bright redcurrants, strawberry, and citrus on the nose, followed by a palate layered with summer berries, cherries, and a hint of citrus. The Grenache, Mourvedre, and Cinsault blend interweaves clay-enriched fruit layers with a chiseled limestone-mineral structure, and the finish leaves you with a refreshingly salty tang reminiscent of the Mediterranean breeze. The wine is crisp and elegant and boasts a gorgeous purity of texture. 

2) Michel Briday Cremant de Bourgogne: $11 This is an attractively soft and fruity wine, full of creamed-apple and citrus flavors. A blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Aligoté, it is soft, with light acidity and an easygoing refreshing character. Drink now. 

3) Champagne Duval-Leroy Brut Reserve: $15 Enriched with around fifteen crus and a generous quantity of reserve wines, Duval-Leroy Brut confirms its complexity and is recognized for its consistency. Providing a perfect balance between finesse and power, it draws out flavors of dark chocolate, cinnamon, and roasted yellow figs, expressing its subtle, melt-in-the-mouth vinosity. Blend: 60% Pinot Noir, 30% Meunier, 10% Chardonnay To bring out the best in this wine, try a saddle of young rabbit with new vegetables, a double veal chop, or, more unexpectedly, soft cheeses such as Brie or Camembert or perhaps Comte or Reblochon. 

4) Champagne Bertrand-Delespierre a Chamery Enfant de la Montagne Rose Premier Cru Extra Brut, Montagne de Reims: $16 45% Chardonnay, 40% Pinot Noir, 15% Pinot Meunier. Organic practicing. A blend from vineyards in all four Premier Cru villages: Chamery, Ecueil, Villedommange, and Montbré. The Pinot Noir comes from Ecueil and the Pinot Meunier from Villedommange. Average vine age is 30 years.


5) Podere Pradarolo ex Alba Bianco Macerato 2019, Northern Italy: $10 True orange from Northern Italy, cidery. Despite their location in the northwest of Italy, this is 100% Trebbiano (d’Abruzzo). The grapes are hand-harvested before undergoing a very extended maceration (45 days!) in old oak barriques. Spontaneous fermentation is kick started with only the help of native yeasts, and the wine is bottled unfined, unfiltered, and with no additional SO2. Tasting Notes: Smells like a field of wildflowers and a hint of bbq smoke. Tastes like tangerine and green apple. Bits of black pepper tingle on the tongue and give this low ABV (10.5%!!!) orange a bit of an edge, but overall this is another crisp, fun, refreshing offering from Podere Pradarolo. Racy yet luscious – this is the ideal fling. Be careful when sniffing – the deep floral nose might pull you in so much you’ll fall in the bottle and drown. Citrusy notes and low 10.5% ABV make this a natural sipper for those humid days when you just want a hose nearby to cool your face. But fair warning – it’s also heavily fermented with skins-on for 45 days – so this is for serious orange wine lovers. 

6) Newton Unfiltered Chardonnay 2014, Napa: $14 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate 93 pts. Newton’s unfiltered Chardonnay has been a consistent winner since it was first launched in the early 1980s, when the fruit was coming from what is today John Kongsgaard’s Judge cuvée. Newton is still making this wine unfiltered, and the 2014 Chardonnay Unfiltered is rich and displays beautiful white peach, honeysuckle and tropical fruit, some nice, crisp wet pebble minerality in the background and a full-bodied mouthfeel. Deep, layered and complete, this is a big-time winner. 

7) Lang & Reed Chenin Blanc 2018, Mendocino: $10 White peach flash of aroma that expands to include scents of fresh apple and linden blossom. The flavors are equally expressive, with peach and stone fruit flavors and a healthy hint of honeycomb. The finish is extremely brisk with keen acidity but yet with a lingering texture that bodes well for additional complexity with some cellar time. At this stage this is a perfect wine for spring afternoons and summer evenings, paired with light cheeses and summer fare. 


8) Mira Stanly Ranch Pinot Noir 2014, Carneros, Napa: $13 Delicate, ever evolving aromas of black pepper, flowers and toasted nuts segue into juicy flavors of dried plums, Danube cherries and pomegranate, all concluding in a balanced, long lasting, lingering finish that hints at cigar smoke. 

9) Synthesis Cabernet Sauvignon by Martin Ray Winery 2020, Napa Valley: $13 Earthy and structured with elderberry, dried cherries, and blackberry with touches of walnuts and resin. Plush red fruits and currants, layered with fine herbs and wet stone. Full and steadfast, its bright acidity is balanced by well-integrated tannins, with a hint of cocoa and caramel on the finish. Blend: 96% Cabernet, 2% Merlot, 1% Malbec, 1% Cabernet Franc. 

10) Rascion & Cecconello Poggio Ciliegio 2009, Maremma Toscana: $13 From ciliegiolo grapes, a native Tuscan variety. Fermentation & maceration on the skins for 35 days. This wine is aged in new French oak barriques for 15 months. It was a great success from the beginning. We discovered that our wines were successful because the restaurateur who was purchasing bulk whole our production was reselling the wines making an incredible profit. At that point it was decided to bottle the wines. Production: 3,500 bottles. Two important points: made with grapes selected with extraordinary diligence and produced only in top vintages. 

11) Bodegas Emilio Moro Malleolus 2019, Ribero del Duero: $16 Winery: Made from old hawthorn grapes, this wine represents a turning point in the history of the winery and the world of wine. An excellent vintage for an excellent wine. Tempranillo.