This is the second spot from the people behind Tokyo Record Bar, and as with that restaurant, you’re here for a totally unique eating and drinking experience. At Niche Niche, the emphasis is on the drinking - every night, the wine menu completely changes, and the accompanying food does as well, with the whole menu coming in at $80 per person. We recently went on a night featuring four excellent American wines (like a sparkling from Monterey County and a riesling from the Finger Lakes), and dishes like cioppino and olive oil cake. The food was good - but the wine experience is what makes this place special. The night’s guest sommelier and Niche Niche team wander around the room throughout your two-hour seating, refilling your glass regularly, and you’re free to ask them as many or as few questions about what you’re drinking as you want. It’s already tough to get a reservation, but you could also try your luck walking in after 10pm, when they take walk-ins and you can order a la carte. Whenever you go, you can count on Niche Niche feeling like a party.
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