If you came here for the wine alone, you would leave happy. Two Urban Licks has a 26-foot-tall tower of wine barrels, all of which they tap and serve directly to you. But when you’re looking for some food after a glass or two, this Old Fourth Ward spot has plenty of snacks and entrees. The salmon chips and Wagyu tartare are a good place to start, or go big and get the lamb porterhouse.
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