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Wine

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A good neighborhood wine bar is hard to come by, which is why this Laurel Heights spot is so great. The lovechild of a restauranteur-school teacher couple, Internos is a cozy, wood-paneled lair that pours California, France, Italian, and Spanish wines. The menu is always changing, but most glasses hover around $11 to $15 each. The menu also features local draft and bottled beer, plus small plates that pair all too well with wine -- think meat and cheese plates and flatbreads.

internos
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Internos

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A good neighborhood wine bar is hard to come by, which is why this Laurel Heights spot is so great. The lovechild of a restauranteur-school teacher couple, Internos is a cozy, wood-paneled lair that pours California, France, Italian, and Spanish wines. The menu is always changing, but most glasses hover around $11 to $15 each. The menu also features local draft and bottled beer, plus small plates that pair all too well with wine -- think meat and cheese plates and flatbreads.