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Sip Restaurant Review: A retail wine shop, a wine bar and a small-plates restaurant: that's Sip. These little dishes don't follow Spanish tapas in the traditional sense, but instead are large enough to share or to compose a light entrée. We’ve enjoyed the scallops and the Kobe-style beef sliders with a Dutch Reypenaer cheese and red onion marmalade. Several selections are marked gluten-free. Flourless chocolate torte is offered for dessert. The retail wine shop allows patrons to purchase bottles that were tasted in the restaurant. For a $14 corkage fee plus the retail cost of the wine, you can open the bottle in the restaurant. Sip offers 50 well-selected wines by the sip, the one-ounce taste, the three-ounce pour and the full six-ounce pour. Wine knowledge is quite competent, both deep and broad.