Alfredo Patino

Bin 18, Miami

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Sleek, minimalist, and slightly dusky, this understated wine bar (and retail wine shop) near Miami’s ascendant arts district rewards those who seek it out. Choose from nicely varied wines (about 20 by the glass), and expect the accompanying food to strive toward a self-described “Riviera urban” style, with rare cheeses, charcuterie, and handmade pastas. Patrons balance this bounty on wine barrels that double as tables.

Great Match: Seared scallops with polenta and roasted tomato, with a glass of Le Paradou Viognier, $24 total.

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Wayne Curtis

America's Best Wine Bars

Bin 18, Miami

Sleek, minimalist, and slightly dusky, this understated wine bar (and retail wine shop) near Miami’s ascendant arts district rewards those who seek it out. Choose from nicely varied wines (about 20 by the glass), and expect the accompanying food to strive toward a self-described “Riviera urban” style, with rare cheeses, charcuterie, and handmade pastas. Patrons balance this bounty on wine barrels that double as tables.

Great Match: Seared scallops with polenta and roasted tomato, with a glass of Le Paradou Viognier, $24 total.

bin18miami.com

Wayne Curtis

Alfredo Patino

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