I was grateful to be invited to a friend’s birthday party last night, at Sip Kitchen & WIne Bar. If you drive on Key Highway, you might miss it, but you wouldn’t want to. Barely open over a month, this place makes an already stellar wine drinking experience, all that much better. It may have been overwhelming at first, but that fear wore off instantaneously.
There is so much to like about Sip, that this will not be dedicated to one post.
How it works is simple. I ordered a prepaid micro chipped card (up to any amount I want) from the bar, just as if I were ordering a drink. I leave the bartender a great tip, as if I ordered a drink, and the the card is handed to me. This is where the inspiration begins…
There are over 100 bottles from which to indulge from. I wish I had taken more photos. The card is inserted into the side and then the choices are abundant and you’re not trapped, because you can order a 1 oz. pour, a 3 oz. half glass, or the full 6 oz. pour. So you’re not stuck with a wine you don’t like any time for too long. Very exciting stuff! It’s like being a kid on a shopping spree or at the candy shoppe!
The money is automatically deducted, which towards the end of the balances, lead to some funny situations. It was surreal trying to track down wines that matched a 1 oz. pour of under $2, or whatever was close to the balance of the card. Needless to say, there were final balances of $.40-$.90 or similar.
The selections are all over the spectrum. Plenty of whites. Plenty of reds. Lots of light, medium, and full bodied selections. What was drank was too much to name. And these pictures will not do this complete justice.
The food and service were tremendous as well. The staff seemed genuine and happy to help. The charcuterie and cheese plate was magnificent, as were the fries with various sauces.
The real charm comes from talking about all the wines from the pours. The ritual of discussing each glass, made this experience so authentic. It brings about a unique and positive social experience. It felt like a race at times, but there is where the fun comes from. At the same time, it’s a marathon to try every selection available.
The vibe was fantastic. A lot of people enjoying themselves, their company, and the libations. I felt like I was on vacation. I can’t wait to be back.
More to come.
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