Many of you do not affiliate wine bars with health. However, keep in mind that being in a wine bar does not mean getting hammered. Going into a good wine bar clarifies distresses yet also gives you a unique and intimate feeling with an exquisite experience.
Some will assume that those 20-something folks hit the bar scene constantly. Realistically speaking, sometimes the bar scene gets old and you begin to look for a more intimate way to spend your evenings and weekends. I assure you can’t go wrong these wine bars. I have personally made a trip to every single one of them and my experience has been one-of-a-kind.
Mercy Wine Bar (Addison): The first thing Mercy Wine Bar project is intimacy and uniqueness. This is a perfect bar for an intimate occasion with your significant other. This bar is located right off the Dallas North Tollway and Belt Line Rd, in the heart of Addison. Mercy Wine Bar offers live Acapella, filling the bar with a romantic atmosphere out of the ordinary routine. Mercy Wine Bar offers exquisite food at affordable prices and a variety of unique wines.
Cru Wine Bar (Plano-Dallas): I recently got the opportunity to go to Cru located at Waters Creek in Allen, TX. Cru offers a full menu and a rather different way to order wine. They are called flights. These flights offer a set of three different wines based on your personal preference, mood, taste, etc. My favorite was Flight #3: Fall Sweets. This pick offers tropical flavors, and a sparkling taste of freshness. Cru definitely is the wine bar to visit in regards to a casual occasion. Price? It is better to get a flight than a single glass of wine; Cru offers reasonable prices in wine ranging from $12 – $20 per flight.
Astoria Caffe & Wine Bar (Addison): Astoria Wine Bar had a great atmosphere. It was just perfect to grab a drink with an old friend. The bar is quiet and intimate, playing music low enough for clients to engage in conversation. Many people say it “is the hidden gem in Addison” for its tucked-away location. Astoria not only offers a wide selection of wines but also pastries and coffees. It is simply the best scene to catch up with an old friend.
Now if you’re asking yourself how a wine bar affects your health positively, well according to the study author Miguel Martinez Gonzalez, wine contains some antioxidants that help reduce the inflammation in the brain. A wine bar has more to offer than a regular bar. Now did you also know that wine could help you fight the blues? According to BMC Medicine people who consume two to seven glasses of wine per week are less likely to develop depression.
Just remember to keep it classy. Now you have an excuse to have a few glasses of wine during the week. Do not exceed.