Loup Bar is a natural wine bar where you should go when you want to drink, snack, and not have to deal with planning a full dinner. It’s not a huge place - there are only about eight tables and a few stools at the bar - but it also never gets so crowded that you have to wait around to get seated. We recommend ordering a few toasts, some crudo, and the risotto if you’re really hungry, and then making your way down their excellent natural wine list. Most of their best wines come by the bottle, so definitely make sure you bring along a few friends to help.
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