• The Upper East Side in Manhattan is a very prominent area in New York. With Madonna’s 40 million dollar compound on 81st, to Manhattan House on 66th (once home to the late great Grace Kelley), The Upper East side has a past that would engage any historical fanatic for hours. As nice as the history is, we cannot forget that we’re living in the present, and presently, we can get pretty hungry. So, during your travels this year, take a break at The ABV Wine Bar!
• ABV (which stands for Alcohol By Volume) Wine Bar is home to some of Corey Corva’s (Earl’s Beer and Cheese) forever favorites. Start your evening right with one of their many wines on tap, or celebrate an exhausting travel day with a glass of Sparkling Wine. Don’t get too lost in ABV’s deliciously in depth wine and alcohol list, because there’s definitely more to come after that and you’ve got to save room for deliciousness.
• Move toward the dinner menu on a weekday (serving brunch on the weekends) and get stuffed with the Foie Fras Fluffernutter. The newest addition to the menu this year, with seared duck liver laid out on Wonder Bread, over strokes of marshmallow fluff and peanut butter, dancing in hazelnut crumbles and just a bit of sour apple gelee. Have we gotten your attention yet? And if you’re traveling on a hot summer day, the Grapefruit Ice Cream couldn’t be more appropriate. With sangria, orange mousse and basil seeds, you’re likely to leave ABV cross-eyed, and satisfied.
• Couldn’t imagine any complaints here, and with hours starting at 5pm and ending at midnight, finishing a successful travel day seems like the thing to do, not to mention finally getting to rest those dogs that are sure to be barking after maneuvering through the big city. In conclusion, get to know The Upper East Side with not only historical markers, impressive old stories, and scenic visions, let ABV Wine Bar teach your stomach a thing or two.