Eno Wine Bar Coming to Georgetown

by Prince Of Petworth December 10, 2012 at 10:30 am 8 Comments

2810 Pennsylvania Ave, NW

Eno Wine bar is coming to the former Lorenzo Menswear space next to the Four Seasons Hotel in Georgetown. Their website says:

ENO Wine Bar is set to arrive in the heart of Washington DC’s historic Georgetown in early 2013, bringing a chic and hot new wine bar location to this timeless neighborhood at the center of the nation’s capital. The wine bar features flights of three 3.5 oz. glasses as well as an extensive wine-by-the-glass list and ENO works to locally source many of its menu items. Sip, savor and indulge with local cheeses from Virginia and Pennsylvania, as well as local charcuterie and chocolate pairings. A modern atrium design opens this vibrant space, allowing guests to gaze down on all of the action.

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  • Nabob of NoPe

    Another Green Winebar

  • Anony


    That sip on wine and 1/16 ounce of cheese will be $12.50 please.

  • Anonymous

    The Brian Eno soundtrack should be interesting to drink to.

    • Anonymous

      It should add to the ambiance.

      • Rhody

        +1. New album: Music for Those With Disposable Income OR Another Green Wine Bar

  • Interested to see how this turns out.

  • This is worth more than cautious optimism. I went to the one in Southern California a few times. It was the most laid-back and interesting wine bar in the most elite of settings, inside the Ritz Carlton Laguna Niguel. I enjoyed the wine, cheese and chocolate flights a lot and can’t wait for this one to open.

    I was an LA Times food writer and here’s what I wrote about it in 2008:

    The Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel is probably the last place that comes to mind when you want to loosen the necktie. Suspend your disbelief and chill at Eno, an inviting place to have a glass of wine, and even more captivating if you happen to like gourmet cheese and/or chocolate. Sommelier Kevin Anderson is your cruise director, leading your senses on a luxurious trip to sweet, salty, creamy, fruity and pungent territories. Tell Anderson what you like and he’ll impress you with his depth of easygoing, unpretentious knowledge of the wine-cheese-chocolate fusion. Or, telegraph that you’re the self-guided type and he’ll get the signal. Wine flights are served in tumblers, so don’t worry about extending your pinkie finger.

  • if it isn’t as overpriced as Slate I’ll be really excited.


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