Pinot Grigio? A nice glass of chardonnay? Or maybe merlot is more your thing? No matter the variety of your wine palate, nothing quit beats sipping on a tall glass in a wine bar. Pop open a bottle of your favorite in a perfect setting at these 7 great wine bars in Massachusetts
You must agree to drink—or at least pay for—two glasses of wine if you ask for a bottle to be opened when you visit Haley.Henry in Boston’s Downtown Crossing, but it’s worth every penny. The rustic atmosphere and intriguing bar snacks—like tinned fish—make for a fun evening out.
The Newbury Street location lends itself to Piattini Wine Café. Sit on the sidewalk or stay inside and enjoy their food and wine. Each glass of wine comes with a card informing you about its origin, as well as suggestions for pairings.
Located on Cape Cod’s scenic Route 1A, Harvest Gallery Wine Bar combines art, food, and wine in a cordial and entertaining environment. Their full-service wine bar features bottles from around the globe.
Tapas pairs perfectly with wine, and that’s exactly what you’ll get when you visit Barcelona Wine Bar. Their wine stewards are known for their exceptional choices. Enjoy a bottle inside or out.
Try a sip of any open wine at Sip Wine Bar and Kitchen. Enjoy a glass with your meal. Commit to drinking two glasses from their impressive wine collection and any bottle in stock will be opened for you.
The wine list at Bocado Tapas Wine Bar is lengthy, with wines from all around the world. Pair your favorite with tapas for a fun and delicious evening out.
Overlooking the Plymouth waterfront, 1620 Winery & Wine Bar is the perfect place to enjoy a glass or even a bottle. The vintner will even create a delicious pairing board to nibble on while sipping.