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Paul Crispin Quitoriano

17 Stellar Wine Deals in New York City

Summer is a great time to look for wine deals in the city, as restaurants look for ways to entice customers inside. But who can keep track of all the different details? Eater can!

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| Paul Crispin Quitoriano

Here is a updated roundup of discounts on interesting and delicious wines, with all the details you’ll need to take advantage. Big bottles, discounts, happy hours, Champagne and more, from some of NYC’s best wine restaurants, right this way…


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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Big Bottle Glasspours at Bar Boulud

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Head Sommelier Michael Madrigale announces via email and on his Instagram @mikemadrigale which big bottle (magnum, double magnum, or bigger) he will be offering by the glass each night. Glass pours are generally $29 or less, and the value for the dollar is usually strong, with many super prestigious bottles having been opened over the years. Every night is a different selection, and glasses are offered until sold out. [Photo: Facebook]

The 9 p.m. Pour at Aldo Sohm Wine Bar

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A large format bottle (magnum or larger) is opened and poured by the glass starting at 9 p.m. each evening. A different selection is poured each night, and announced via Instagram @sohmbar. Prices vary with the wine, but Sommelier Aldo Sohm tries to keep the tariff low. There is also a $14 summer rosé flight of three wines currently available, poured from 750ml bottles. [Photo: Paul Crispin Quitoriano]

3 After 3 at Obicà

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A large format 3L bottle of Italian wine is opened every day at 3 p.m. and poured by the glass for pricing around $18 a glass. [Photo: Facebook]

A Glass of Something Different at Untitled

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Small production wines from up and coming producers are opened and served by the glass at the ground floor restaurant. This is a rotating selection of wines that normally wouldn’t be opened for by the glass pours because there are few bottles available. Prices range from $11 to $15 per selection, and a wine is poured until it runs out and is replaced by another. [Photo: Krieger]

Champagne Happy Hour at Marta

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Sommelier Jack Mason selects a different prestigious Champagne to pour from magnum each Monday through Friday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The price is kept low; generally $15 to 17 per glass.[Photo: Krieger]

Champagne Made Me Do It at Piora

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A Champagne is selected each week and announced by email and on Instagram @champagnemademedoit. The pricing is light for the quality offered, generally $13-15 per glass, and 30 glasses are available until the offer runs out for the week. The special price is applicable from 5:30pm to close each night at Piora. [Photo: Krieger]

Champagne Campaign at Corkbuzz and Corkbuzz Chelsea Market

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Each night from 10 p.m. until closing time, all bottles of Champagne (but not Cava or Prosecco) are offered at half of their normal price from the wine list. This offer is good at both Corkbuzz locations, in Union Square and in the Chelsea Market, and it is also offered during brunch service on the weekends. The Union Square location offers this deal all day long on Sundays. [Photo: Krieger]

Sunday Bottle Discounts at Fung Tu

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Bottles of wine are 20 percent off each Sunday at Fung Tu. [Photo: Krieger]

Half Off Bottles at Fifty Paces

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Selected bottles of wine are half off all night long on Sundays and Mondays, and every Tuesday through Saturday from 5 to 7 p.m. There are also $8 glasses of wine and $5 glasses of sherry every night from 5 to 7 p.m. [Photo:

Wine Down Sundays at Asellina

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Select bottles of wine are 50 percent off every Sunday at Asellina. [Photo:

Oyster & Wine Happy Hour at Pearl & Ash

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Monday through Friday from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. and on the weekends from 2 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., all bottles of wine from Pearl & Ash’s huge list are 15 percent off if you drink at the bar or on the patio. [Photo: Krieger]

Terroir Tribeca Happy Hour

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A number of different wines are available by the glass for just $8 from 4pm to 6pm. Glasses of Sherry and Madeira are also discounted before 6 p.m. [Photo: Krieger]

John Dory Oyster Bar

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The Gotham Project wines on tap are half off for glasses during Oyster Happy Hour, from 5 to 7 p.m. weekdays and 12 to 3 p.m. on weekends. Sparkling Riesling glasses are $6 instead of the normal $12, Manzanilla Sherry glasses are $5 instead of $10. [Photo: Krieger]

Monday Industry Night at Osteria Morini Soho

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From 9 p.m. to close on Monday nights, all bottles of Lambrusco are $28 at Osteria Morini, and glasses of Lambrusco are $7. [Photo: Krieger]

Happy Hour at MP Taverna Brooklyn

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During the 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Happy Hour, wine is 50 percent off at the MP Taverna in Brooklyn. [Photo: Bess Adler]

Porrón pours at Tasca Chino

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Tasca Chino offers 2014 Ameztoi Txakolina poured from the glass porrón pitchers traditional to many regions of Spain. Drinking 3/4 of a liter of Ameztoi from the porrón spout costs $39, which is less than the normal cost for a bottle of the 2014. [Photo: Facebook]

5 4 $5 at Del Posto

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Every other Saturday features a drop in wine tasting opportunity at Del Posto. Guests get to try 5 different wine tastes, grouped by a different theme for each tasting, for only $5 in cash. The tasting starts at 1 p.m., and is led by a member of the Del Posto sommelier team. No reservations are required to attend. The next tasting is scheduled for August 15th. [Photo: Del Posto]

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Big Bottle Glasspours at Bar Boulud

Head Sommelier Michael Madrigale announces via email and on his Instagram @mikemadrigale which big bottle (magnum, double magnum, or bigger) he will be offering by the glass each night. Glass pours are generally $29 or less, and the value for the dollar is usually strong, with many super prestigious bottles having been opened over the years. Every night is a different selection, and glasses are offered until sold out. [Photo: Facebook]

The 9 p.m. Pour at Aldo Sohm Wine Bar

A large format bottle (magnum or larger) is opened and poured by the glass starting at 9 p.m. each evening. A different selection is poured each night, and announced via Instagram @sohmbar. Prices vary with the wine, but Sommelier Aldo Sohm tries to keep the tariff low. There is also a $14 summer rosé flight of three wines currently available, poured from 750ml bottles. [Photo: Paul Crispin Quitoriano]

3 After 3 at Obicà

A large format 3L bottle of Italian wine is opened every day at 3 p.m. and poured by the glass for pricing around $18 a glass. [Photo: Facebook]

A Glass of Something Different at Untitled

Small production wines from up and coming producers are opened and served by the glass at the ground floor restaurant. This is a rotating selection of wines that normally wouldn’t be opened for by the glass pours because there are few bottles available. Prices range from $11 to $15 per selection, and a wine is poured until it runs out and is replaced by another. [Photo: Krieger]

Champagne Happy Hour at Marta

Sommelier Jack Mason selects a different prestigious Champagne to pour from magnum each Monday through Friday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The price is kept low; generally $15 to 17 per glass.[Photo: Krieger]

Champagne Made Me Do It at Piora

A Champagne is selected each week and announced by email and on Instagram @champagnemademedoit. The pricing is light for the quality offered, generally $13-15 per glass, and 30 glasses are available until the offer runs out for the week. The special price is applicable from 5:30pm to close each night at Piora. [Photo: Krieger]

Champagne Campaign at Corkbuzz and Corkbuzz Chelsea Market

Each night from 10 p.m. until closing time, all bottles of Champagne (but not Cava or Prosecco) are offered at half of their normal price from the wine list. This offer is good at both Corkbuzz locations, in Union Square and in the Chelsea Market, and it is also offered during brunch service on the weekends. The Union Square location offers this deal all day long on Sundays. [Photo: Krieger]

Sunday Bottle Discounts at Fung Tu

Bottles of wine are 20 percent off each Sunday at Fung Tu. [Photo: Krieger]

Half Off Bottles at Fifty Paces

Selected bottles of wine are half off all night long on Sundays and Mondays, and every Tuesday through Saturday from 5 to 7 p.m. There are also $8 glasses of wine and $5 glasses of sherry every night from 5 to 7 p.m. [Photo:

Wine Down Sundays at Asellina

Select bottles of wine are 50 percent off every Sunday at Asellina. [Photo:

Oyster & Wine Happy Hour at Pearl & Ash

Monday through Friday from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. and on the weekends from 2 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., all bottles of wine from Pearl & Ash’s huge list are 15 percent off if you drink at the bar or on the patio. [Photo: Krieger]

Terroir Tribeca Happy Hour

A number of different wines are available by the glass for just $8 from 4pm to 6pm. Glasses of Sherry and Madeira are also discounted before 6 p.m. [Photo: Krieger]

John Dory Oyster Bar

The Gotham Project wines on tap are half off for glasses during Oyster Happy Hour, from 5 to 7 p.m. weekdays and 12 to 3 p.m. on weekends. Sparkling Riesling glasses are $6 instead of the normal $12, Manzanilla Sherry glasses are $5 instead of $10. [Photo: Krieger]

Monday Industry Night at Osteria Morini Soho