Neighborhood Haunts: Twisted Vines Bottleshop and Bistro

Posted by Suburbanette on November 7th, 2011 . Filed under: Food, Friends of Suburbanette, Girl's Night, Nova .

Yesterday, Devon from The Sweet Loaf and I met up for a bottomless mimosa brunch at our local wine bar Twisted Vines.  Located right off of Columbia Pike, Twisted Vines is a comfortable neighborhood space that dishes out delicious small plates and great wine at a very affordable price point.  It was a great spot for a girly afternoon gab session and when they say bottomless mimosas – – they weren’t kidding.  I don’t think I ever saw the bottom of my glass that day! They were also not kidding when they said they offer small plates….Dev and I ended up ordering three entrees to share because we were still hungry at the end of the meal (granted we stayed for three hours…but still!).

Beef Empanadas

Chicken and Mushroom Crepes, Brioche French Toast

 

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