TWO URBAN LICKS
This Atlanta hot spot pioneered draft wines, and it's still leading the way. The 40-plus list leans hard on California, but don't overlook the inky Rhône red.
820 Ralph McGill Blvd. NE,
IRVING ST. KITCHEN
Order a rib-sticker from the southern-inflected menu—fries with ham-hock gravy to start—and wash it down with one of the 11 Oregon and Washington vintages on tap.
701 NW 13th Ave.,
Beer might seem the ideal match for this venue's renowned burgers, but the powerful 2006 Zinfandel from Klinker Brick—one of eight draft wines, all from small California producers—begs to differ.
3229 Helms Ave.,
At this offshoot of an East Village wine bar known for its esoteric offerings, a brisk Finger Lakes Riesling streams from a tap next to a Brooklyn Pennant Ale '55.
24 Harrison St.,
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