Lincoln street is very quaint. I could just imagine lounging around during the winter months with a fire burning away while sipping on some fine wine. The bar itself seems like a renovated house with wine adorning all their walls. Upon arrival we were greeted by Danny and a customer, who were very chatty and friendly. Albeit it was 5ish and we were the only two folks in the place. Large leather chairs and little tables were around to sit and relax in. They serve every bottle by the glass which is unique. My suggestion is to ask the price, they have the price on every bottle, but it may be worth asking. I was a little surprised that Suzie actually paid $15 for a glass of red. However, I think this is more of a function of Fredericksburg. To their credit, we did get a nice pour in big glasses. Once seated, the owner Danny came over and chatted with us. Asked us where we were from and suggested that we get something to eat. They offer cheese and snackies it looked like at reasonable price points. We just stayed for the one glass since we were walking around checking out the town. Definitely will drop back in next time in town.
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