AM Wine Shop

This sun-filled, cherry-walled vino-seller hawks rotating, inexpensive bottles (from a $13 Marques de Irun Verdejo, to a same-priced Weinert-Carrasoul Malbec), plus sandwiches (Italian cold cut muffaletta, pan bagnat, mustard/pumpernickel pork-cheek confit), cheeses hailing from Greece to Vermont, and meats like Prosciutto Biellese and Gentile Salami Frainani, though thanks to modern hygiene trends, you really can't tell whose salami is gentile these days.