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Posted by FS on 10/22/2012
My girlfriends and I went to Wine O to have a friendly girls night amongst friends. The service was great, the atmosphere was calm, not many customers. I am a picky eater and the food was really good. I was very impressed with the mussels with vegetables, it was really delicious. I also had a Manhattan Apple Martini (I believe that was the name) which was also delicious. My buffalo wings were good and cooked well as I requested. From beginning to end, the workers were very friendly and checked on us regularly to see if we needed anything further. My girlfriends were also happy with the food and service. I will definitely go back to this establishment.
Posted by JT on 01/14/2011
Went to WineO last night (party of 2) on a Living Social deal (pay $50 and get to spend $100 on food and drink). We had a terrible experience from start to finish, and the entree prices (around $20) do not gel with the dark, pub atmosphere. The food wasn't that bad but not good enough to ever go back. TOO COLD: First off, it was cold inside, uncomfortably cold. The place doesn't appear to have central air... they have a space heater hanging on the wall instead. When we mentioned we were cold, our waiter said, "Don't you know it's winter outside!?" Eventually he offered to move us to a booth closer to the space heater... of course that booth is also right next to the stereo speaker and the kitchen... where we think they had the back door open (keeping the kitchen cool but the restaurant freezing). WAITER: We each ordered a glass of wine + two appetizers. We told him we had a Living Social deal and he said we had to spend $70 on food and $30 on drinks, although that is not in the deal's stipulations (and I don't think they're allowed to create new rules). The place was no where near busy yet it took our waiter 20 mins. to come back and take our main course order. About 10 mins. after that we had to hunt him down to ask where our appetizers were. When we called him over to ask, he said, "Now what?" He first said we didn't order any appetizers but then remembered and said he forgot to put them in. Our entrees came out, followed by our appetizers. He really didn't seem very sorry for what had happened and didn't offer us a round of drinks or anything to make up for his mistakes. To cash in your Living Social deal, you have to give your waiter a code. You can either print out a piece of paper that has your code on it, or you can show them the code from your cell phone. We've used so many Living Social deals, and the waiter/waitress always just writes down the code on a piece of paper. This guy asked if he could take my cell phone for a minute, saying, "I promise to bring it right back." When you buy a Living Social deal, you're still expected to tip based on the total of your entire meal (before the deal)... When he brought the check he had the nerve to remind us that we should tip! WOW.
Posted by Sam&Kate on 11/15/2009
We are sorry to report that the wine0 isn't all that awesome. most of the menu is from the fryer with prices being overwhelmingly high. the party looked good, but they weren't really able to seat us for dinner, although they insisted that we stay. burned quesadilla, that was turned over to hide the damage...$5 for a bottle of beer. its like a totally average joint hiding in the hot part of town. perhaps the wine is good? thanks. -Sam & Kate