Vin Sur Vingt Wine Bar is opening its seventh NYC location at 170 Second Ave. at 11th Street.
The proprietors of the neighborhood wine bars will appear before CB3's SLA committee next Monday evening seeking a new liquor license for the space, the former Liquiteria (as seen above several years ago).
You can find the questionnaire (PDF!) for this applicant right here. The materials include a letter from 170's co-op board, who have unanimously signed off on the new tenant.
And here's more about Vin Sur Vingt via the wine bar's website:
The menu includes an extensive list continuously rotating of 250 wines – 50 wines by the glass – coupled with a light French fare menu. The intimate space was personally designed to resemble the most authentic Bar a Vin in France. A pewter-topped bar runs along its length, with large tilted mirrors hung along a copper plated ceiling to reflect cozy dim lighting. The relaxed ambiance is also prevailed by nostalgic melodies that play in the background. All this to ensure an experience that transports you to the very place where these elements were born.
Until October 2018, this corner space was home to the original Liquiteria, which opened in 1996. Founder Doug Green sold the business several years ago to a group of investors who then opened more outposts, all of which closed by late last year.