Vintage Enoteca Menu through Wine Glass

Vintage Enoteca is open as early as breakfast, just like cicchetti bars in Venice. Except, of course, they don’t serve sardines on crackly crostino with their Groundwork coffee. But hey! The possibility of sipping on prosecco at 9am is tantalizing enough.

Vintage Enoteca

This geographically lonely West Hollywood wine bar is the fruit of 2 hard working ex-advertising executives, but one would never be able to tell. There are 20 wines by the glass, 10 beers available, and the selection of the bottles tend to stray towards California. With a chef helming a simplistic menu of small bites & panini, both Danielle Francois and Jennifer Moore freely surveys the room, answering questions about the “boutique wine” selection, as well as the finer nuances within the menu items.

Think of Vintage Enoteca as WeHo’s Bacaro with lofted bare ceiling, equally adorned floors and an instant sense of familial comfort. As a new patron, the best is to visit on a relaxing, unharried, un-famished night. Devouring all sections of the menu will result in intense carbo loading fit for a triathlete, so stay focused on the cheese, meats, bruschetta, the small bitse menu and the hanging Edison bulbs.

The linguica sausage and egg bruschetta (off the regular menu, served as special) was an earlier item that started us off:

Vintage Enoteca linguica egg bruschetta

And a Spanish grilled cheese (fontina, chorizo, piquillo peppers) finished us off:
Vintage Enoteca spanish grilled cheese

In between, the staff plied us with wine & cheese:

Vintage Enoteca Wine Vintage Enoteca Burrata

And life, in this unfooding stretch of Sunset (closest food alternatives are Cheebo, and.. Toi), was good, especially for the desperate gourmands in the neighborhood.

Wine & menu tasting courtesy of Vintage Enoteca & BBPR’s generosity.

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  • That Spanish grilled cheese looks super.

  • That egg and linguica makes me want to cry.

  • menu sounds good but as a non-cheese eater, it looks like I’m gonna have some trouble.. Guess I’ll just have to fill up on the wine..
    .-= stuffycheaks´s last blog ..Breadbars Yatai Ramen =-.

  • Liz

    Egg & linguica looks great for breakfast. Curios about the wine list. It’s on Sunset, so it’s an easy bus ride.

  • amy

    dayammmm, the bruschetta looks divine!
    .-= amy´s last blog ..Genwa Korean BBQ =-.

  • Looks pretty decent, man. And, as ‘desperate gourmand’, thanks for pinpointing the place. I’ll make sure to check it out soon. East of the 405 special maybe?
    .-= Josie´s last undefined ..If you register your site for free at =-.

  • TonyC

    When I think of “East of 405” specials, Little Dom’s $15 Monday prix-fixe comes to mind. That’s today. Citizen Smith has 50% Monday, + 1000 point ressies. I’ve already “made” $50 off ’em.

  • i like that there’s 20 wines by the glass. the grilled cheese sammich looks goooood.
    .-= bagnatic´s last blog ..cane crack juice at the silverlake farmers market =-.

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