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About The Vineyard Wine Bar
Located amidst the antique shops, art galleries, bed & breakfasts, and marinas of Havre de Grace, The Vineyard Wine Bar is a convenient stop for a glass of wine, a light lunch or a rewarding dinner. Showcasing values from around the world and offering interesting and unique grape varietals, from Aglianico to Zinfandel. Our Bistro Menu offers an exciting array of tapas, light and healthy salads, “Flatbreads”, assorted fresh pate, an extensive selection of artisanal cheeses, and specialty desserts…all designed to accompany the great wine selection. Coupled with the wine bar, our retail shop offers an assortment of over 300 fine wines from around the world, specializing in wines that over deliver for the price.
Havre De Grace, MD 21078
Tapas / Small Plates
Hours of Operation:
Monday: 11:30am - 10:00pm, Wednesday: 11:30am - 10:00pm, Thursday: 11:30am - 10:00pm, Friday: 11:30am - 11:00pm, Saturday: 11:30am - 11:00pm, Sunday: 12:00pm - 8:00pm
After 5pm must be 16 years old or older.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private Party Contact:
Jarrod: (443) 502-2551
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Entertainment, Fireplace, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Vineyard Wine Bar Ratings and Reviews
I have been there a number of times. I like the setting, the food choices and quality. The food is usually very good, unusual choices and the food is priced fairly. But here are areas in which they could improve. This last time we went there it was too cold. We were even located back in the corner in the back of the room and still felt a draft. The food was not hot, in fact, barley warm. I have been drinking wine for over 40 years, I buy all kinds of wine, I have traveled to a number of wine areas. The Vineyard has good wine but only 1 out of 10 is really good enough that it would motivate me to buy a bottle. The one thing that really bugs me is that their pour for the BTG is so, so small. Which makes their wine prices for BTG a poor value.
We drove to Havre de Grace to look at the Christmas lights, so thought we would dine at the Vinyard. I was lucky to score us a small table in the wine room, but that affected only our ambience score. Our server was delightful, helpful, friendly, there when we needed her and doing other things when we didn't. I especially want to comment on the wild boar over risotto that night. My spouse had an equally delightful fish dish and, if one of us can recall what it was, I will try to modify this review. I really wish that the Vinyard were in Bel Air!
We have been to the Vineyard many times and it never fails to please. The wine list is superb and the wait staff know their wines and have always made the correct recommendations based on our tastes. We love the small plates and especially the pate platter.
We had a wonderful anniversary dinner here. I had a flatbread and my wife had the meatballs. Both were very delicious. Loved the small plates as you had enough to eat without being overstuffed. Plus you had room for desserts which were wonderful as well. Great wine too! Will be back again!
I met an old friend to chat up after many months of being away. The server greeted me warmly and asked if I’d prefer to wait for my colleague; I did. She was patient and returned with menus when we were both seated. Then explained the special food and wine offerings in detail. We ordered a bottle of wine and many dishes to share. Everything was delicious. I especially liked the truffle mousse pate and the seared tuna. We had a great night of food and conversation and never felt rushed.
The Vineyard was lovely, as usual. We dined with a 93 year friend and initially were disappointed that our reservation was placed at a high table with bar-type stools. After requesting a table, and a few minutes of consultation between the hostess and another woman (manager)? we were seated at a regular table.
The Vineyard Wine Bar is the place to go for a truly memorable experience. The menu is phenomenal and everything is beautifully presented and absolutely delicious! The atmosphere is elegant, but very inviting and welcoming. The wine selection is beyond belief and the staff is so accommodating and extremely knowledgeable. Can't wait to go back!
Quaint little place that we found as we were driving through town. It was quiet although it was peak lunch time. Good selection of wine. We shared a caprese salad and a flatbread. Food was good. Service was good. I would have given the ambience a higher rating but for a musty smell. Place needs to be aired out. But I would go back if I am ever in the area again
Their pâté plate was excellent, and I will go back and have it again. The wine by the glass selection is very large and perhaps causes the problem that some seemed to have been opened too long ago. Pinots and cabernets are probably quite popular and seem fresh, but a recent red Zinfandel and a Côte de Rhone were kind of stale. Note: I am by no means a wine expert, so take these comments as you wish!
Fantastic wine selection full of wine makers I had very little experience with and every glass we had was excellent. The cheese plate starter was fantastic, the olive tapenade flatbread and meatball small plate were just as tasty; the bruschetta not so much. Do yourself a favor and get the creme brûlée cheesecake, simply awesome.
We really enjoyed our first experience at The Vineyard. Never had we seen such a comprehensive wine list. It was rather overwhelming but our server patiently guided us. He was knowledgeable about the wines and knew the right questions to ask to ensure we would make a selection that would suit our tastes. The wine was very tasty and food was delightful. All dishes are tapas or small plates but the portions are by no means skimpy. They are however a good bit smaller than the oversize portions offered by most restaurants so it was fun and easy to order several to share. "Build your own" cheese and/or meat boards are also offered. We chose a few delicious cheeses and the board included olives, dipping sauces, nuts and fruit all of which complemented the cheese quite nicely. All of the dishes were flavorful, creative, and beautifully presented. In total my companion and I ordered two small plates, a salad, and a cheese board. This was more than enough and we had a little bit leftover to take home for a midnight snack. The style of the restaurant is decidedly bistro, very tastefully furnished and decorated, yet relaxed and unpretentious. The hostess was congenial and welcoming, and our server was efficient and attentive without the intrusive "over-serving" that seems to have become so common in restaurants during the past decade or so. A refreshing experience all around and an asset to the historic district of Havre de Grace. Highly recommend!
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