Ayza Bar Wine and Chocolate, New York, New York

 
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zangazanga's pictureby zangazanga Night Life & Entertainment travel tip
added on the 29th of June, 2010
They have chocolate and a great list of wine. What else can you ask for? Good food, maybe, which they also have, actually.

The staff is friendly and the ambiance is romantic, so it's great for a surprise dinner as well, if you are looking for such a place.

After choosing a wine from a long and good list and got my food, which was very delicious, I thought something must be wrong, so I will get some bad chocolate store, but no, it was handmade chocolate and delicious.

Address:
11 W 31st St, New York, NY 10001, USA

 
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lampery wrote on Mar 16, 2011 8:16:
Excellent place for chocolate and wine.The appetizers make for delicious sharing plates, the staff was super attentive and we all enjoyed the wine. Overall we loved this place, and we definitely be returning.Reply
 
 
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pete22 wrote on Jul 12, 2010 15:37:
Interesting menu. Extensive wine & drink list. It was a nice spot to meet a friend for a light dinner and drinks.Reply
 
 
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stef wrote on Jun 30, 2010 1:17:
The only bad thing about Ayza is that it's a small place so you cannot come with large company or cannot rent the place for a party, the rest is perfect.Reply
 
 
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tibi wrote on Jun 29, 2010 17:46:
I was very pleased with the staff, the waiter helped me with good recommendations both for the courses and the wine and was a very nice fellow.Reply
 
 
 
 
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