Editor’s Choice: This Atlanta Lounge With Swing Chairs Is The Perfect Spot For A Girls’ Night Out
What’s on the menu?
Trevor Johnston, one of the owners, describes the menu as “tapas-style with classic wine-tasting room menu.” It’s not super pricey, either. Flights start at $15, and the menu items are between $10 and $30.
The restaurant serves up some interesting twists on the classics, including ceviche served in a coconut, buffalo wings, and several different seafood platters.
It’s like a beach bar in Mexico coupled with an upscale winery.
Johnston says they aim to keep their menu aligned with their sustainable concept, and that means the items will rotate regularly based on what’s seasonal.
They have an extensive wine list with choices like reds from Napa and bubbles from France.
What’s the atmosphere like?
Apart from having 12 wines on tap (one of the highest wine-on-tap spots in Arizona), the Wine Girl atmosphere is one the owners “felt Old Town was lacking.”
With huge garage doors that open, swings, tons of plants, and turf carpeting, the boho vibes are everywhere. The furniture feels like something you’d see at a beach resort.
By keeping all their wines in kegs and on tap, they ensure it’s always fresh and maintained at the recommended temperatures.
It’s incredibly photo-worthy inside, too. Be sure to bring your camera for some Insta-worthy pics.
Is there a theme?
They wanted to make a space they would like to hang out…