The 2011 Brooklyn Bar Awards 

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Best Wine Bar



136 Dekalb Ave, Fort Greene
The staff at this cozy spot overlooking Fort Greene Park, named for the Mauzac grape, is happy to offer tastes and explanations to help you through their affordable and eclectic wine list. Stay classy and absorb all of that education with a cheese and charcuterie plate at the copper bar.

The Counting Room, 44 Berry St, Williamsburg
Quirky naturalist winemaker Thierry Puzelat's French Malbec is just one of the hard-to-find wines you'll find at this sleek, two-story wine bar, which also serves a substantial menu of gourmet comfort food.

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