If you’re looking for an unpretentious spot to drink flights of wine and eat some jamon, Poco is the wine bar for you. It never gets too crowded, and they even have a weekly trivia night. Sometimes, it’s nice to answer history questions surrounded by manchego cheese and viognier as opposed to beer and jalapeno poppers. If there isn’t a dinner table available at Artusi around the corner, pop in here to wait it out.
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