With a sprawling outdoor space filled with fire pits, hammocks, bocce ball courts, and a greenhouse where you can buy ice cream (obviously), Bodega is easily the best place to drink outside in Los Alamos. Open all day on the weekends, this wine and beer garden is where you stop during your afternoon wine crawl and then immediately decide to come back after dinner because you like it so much. Their wine and beer lists change frequently, but you can expect a strong emphasis on local natural wines, sour beers, and even a house-brewed IPA they have on tap - plus a light snacks menu if you get hungry. Bonus: There’s a bungalow on the property that you can rent out for the entire weekend, assuring you that you never have to leave.
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