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D'Vine Wine Bar Restaurant Review: D’Vine’s large main room retains its early-1900s industrial look, with exposed brick, stone walls and giant chandeliers. In warmer months, patrons opt for outdoor tables packed tightly along the front sidewalk. The wine list ranges from imported to domestic selections with 60 wines by the glass, 16 wine flights and 150 wines by the bottle. The list changes seasonally and the prices are reasonable. The food, though secondary, is simple, satisfying and straightforward. The salumi plate pairs well with the vinos, featuring a variety of cured meats with marinated olives, mustardo and peppadews stuffed with goat cheese. Pizzas are hearty and creative---our favorite is the bacon and egg. Appetizers range from tuna nachos to empanadas stuffed with chorizo and a roasted tomato salsa. Desserts change frequently, though we suggest skipping the edibles and opting instead for one of the dessert wines.