How it all started
Manhattan Brew & Vine (MBV) located on the corner of 109th Street and Columbus Ave, brings an upscale dining and nightlife experience to South Harlem. The lounge will offer a wide selection of the highest quality wines from around the world and an extensive assortment of craft beers that will pair perfectly with the food offerings that are both satisfying and great for sharing.
Manhattan Brew & Vine will feature 12 beers on tap and 19 bottles to choose from. Nightlife industry veteran Norine Galarza has been brought on board as MBV's General Manager and will oversee operations at the restaurant and lounge. Destined to be both a local favorite and destination location.
Vancho Tolomanosi is the creative force behind Manhattan Brew & Vine. His knowledge of beer and wine played a key role in curating the selection.
Choose what you like
Reggiano Lambrusco, Italy. Delicate and fine, fragrant aroma and fresh fruit scents.
Catalonia, Spain. Pale cherry red; clean and bright.
Veneto, Italy. Pale straw yellow, fruity and floral, well-balanced.
Veneto, Italy. Intense pink color; subtle fruit notes with a zesty finish.
Minho, Portugal. Fresh and spritzy with flavors of citrus and minerals.
Languedoc-Roussillon, France. Aromas of grapefruit, pineapple and lemon zest; a touch of hazelnut.
North Coast, California. Aromas of apple blossom and pear; slight flint on finish.
Piedmont, Italy. Aromatic bouquet of peaches and apricots; finish is clean and enjoyably sweet.
Piedmont, Italy. White flowers and apples; sweetness balanced with nice acidity.
Western Cape, South Africa. Green pepper and citrus notes; crisp, steely finish.
Western Cape, South Africa. Rich in body with layers of tropical and sundried fruit.
Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy. Very aromatic with complex layers; shows elegance in long-lasting finish.
Veneto, Italy. Notes of fresh tropical fruits, crisp, dry and light on the palate.
Central Valley, Chile. Grapefruit and citrus aromas upfront, with hints of green apples and lasting minerality.
Columbia Valley, Washington. Off-dry, clean and crisp flavors.
Rheingau, Germany. Soft and fruity notes of apple and citrus, with off-dry sweetness and crisp acidity.
Niederösterreich, Austria. Fresh lemon grass, lively acidity, spicy white pepper, fruity on finish.
Languedoc-Roussillon, France. Zesty and fresh, lasting linger.
Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy. Well-structured with an elegant nose; hints of yellow apple and broom blossoms.
Rogue Valley, Oregon. Tangy, smooth, and rich, with lingering minerality and racy acidity.
Marlborough, New Zealand. Ripe stone-fruit and pineapple; floral scents round out this wine.
Castilla y Leon, Spain. Crisp and clean with hints of apple and oak.
Napa Valley, California. Fruit-forward and easy drinking.
Aconcagua Valley, Chile. Deep aromas of cherries and blueberries, and pepper; pleasant linger.
California. Aromas of strawberry, violets, and dark plum; crisp acidity elevates this wine.
Douro, Portugal. Ripe dark fruit, cocoa and spicy nuances.
Bordeaux, France. Deep purple color, herbaceous and fresh.
Western Cape, South Africa. Plum and raisin notes lead this wine; bright acidity makes for a clean finish.
Tuscany, Italy. Rich bouquet of berries, cherries, and spices; elegant tannin and fresh finish.
Tuscany, Italy. Lively essence of cherries and ripe wild berries; full-flavored and balanced acidity.
Southwest France, France. Candied cherry, tobacco, and a hint of herbs.
Rhône Valley, France. Jammy, big mouthfeel, slight spice and juicy tannin.
Lodi, California. Deep garnet color; aromas of raspberries, cinnamon, and black cherry; round mouthfeel.
Lodi, California. Jammy red fruit; full-body and supple tannin.
Livermore Valley, California. Big and bold; ripe cherries and black olives at forefront, with a tobacco and spicy finish.
Mendoza, Argentina. Ruby-red color, aromatic intensity; oak aging adds to the round mouthfeel.
Tuscany, Italy. Starts off with ripe plums and strawberries; lovely spice and supple tannin on palate.
Stellenbosch, South Africa. Rustic nuances of dark cherry and smoke, slight spice and balanced tannin.
Mendoza, Argentina. Notes of dark plums; soft, smoky spice makes for an elegant finish.
Bordeaux, France. Maraschino cherry, with hints of chalk and pencil shavings; balanced minerality.
Lightly hopped premium American amber lager.
Traditional summer lager, slightly hoppy with fruit and pepper notes.
Generously dry-hopped, American-style India Pale Ale.
Hop forward, not too bitter; significant malt body, intense tropical fruit and pine flavors.
Flavorful American pilsner; sweet honey flavors with spicy and grassy hop notes; dry finish.
A crisp and clean classic German pilsner.
Sweetness at first balanced by the wheat malts and a variety of hops.
Smells of cloves with a refreshing banana flavor; full-bodied with a smooth yeast taste.
Lovely pear on nose and a smooth semi-sweet mouthfeel; dry finish.
Extra smooth with a creamy mouthfeel.
Bright and fruity hops against a crisp, spicy biscuit malt backbone.
A classic Belgium white; light-bodied and refreshing.
Choice: Any 4 draft beers.
Chocolate porter brewed with cocoa nibs.
Perfectly balanced 100 point IPA.
Flavors of lemon meringue pie, aromatics of Meyer lemon peel.
A liquid poem to the Glory of the hop.
Pear nose and a smooth, semi-sweet mouthfeel with a dry finish.
A malty bock brewed in the Italian Alps.
A refreshing blend of natural grapefruit juice and German Hefeweisen.
Strong and lingering taste due to its density.
Rich and intense dark Belgian ale.
All natural fruits and no added sugars lead to rich flavors.
Dark amber color and a distinct flavor from toasted malts and hops.
Delicately bitter, pleasant, slightly hopsy taste.
Fruity smell of dried apricots and aromas of citrus, cloves, and hints of banana.
Dark caramel, large dense headed brew; sweet notes of chocolate and coffee.
Arugula with citrus vinaigrette and butchers pepper.
Add: Chicken $2 or Shrimp $3
Natural Pairing: La Gioiosa Prosecco | Adventurous Pairing: Quintay Sauvignon Blanc | Beer Pairing: Hofbrau Summer
Warm potatoes with basil, pears and balsamic reduction.
Natural Pairing: Terrapura Pinot Noir | Adventurous Pairing: Leese-Fitch Zinfandel | Beer Pairing: Veltins Pilsner
Tortilla with three cheeses and chipotle mayo.
Add: Chicken $2 or Shrimp $3
Natural Pairing: Foris Vineyards Pinot Gris | Adventurous Pairing: Bob’s Chenin Blanc | Beer Pairing: Weihenstephan
Meat sliders with compound butter and roasted vegetables.
Natural Pairing: Héritages Côtes de Rhône | Adventurous Pairing: Proemio Malbec | Beer Pairing: Queens Lager
Pan seared chicken with honey, cremini shrooms and ricotta cheese.
Natural Pairing: Georg Müller Riesling | Adventurous Pairing: Cetamura Chianti | Beer Pairing: Martens Witte
Shrimp with vanilla broth, broccoli and pearl onions.
Natural Pairing: GV Grüner Veltliner | Adventurous Pairing: Laurent Miguel Chardonnay-Viognier | Beer Pairing: Ace Perry Cider
Gruyère, Brie, and Parmesan with mixed olives, grapes, fresh bread, and fig compote
Prosciutto, Capocollo, and Sopressata with mixed olives, grapes, fresh bread, and fig compote
Cheese: Gruyère, Brie, or Parmesan | Meats: Prosciutto, Capocollo, or Sopressata with mixed olives, grapes, fresh bread, and fig compote
(Choice of: Coca Cola, Diet Coke, Sprite, Fanta, Ginger Ale, or Lemonade)
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