The best bars and restaurants for drinking wine in L.A.

Critic Bill Addison recommends L.A. wine bars and restaurants with excellent wine lists
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • February 6, 2020
The wine list at Kismet in Los Feliz — printed on six or so loose sheets of marigold-colored paper, clasped in a small silver binder clip — has no descriptions for the biodynamic Alsatian whites and the sulfur-free Rhône reds it catalogs. The only...
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