Black Mountain Wine House

Wine Bar, Restaurant
$ $
415 Union St (at Hoyt)
Brooklyn, NY 11231
(718) 522-4340
Monday
3:00pm - 12:00am
Tuesday
3:00pm - 12:00am
Wednesday
3:00pm - 12:00am
Thursday
3:00pm - 12:00am
Friday
3:00pm - 12:00am
Saturday
3:00pm - 12:00am
Sunday
3:00pm - 12:00am

Menu

Tips

  • This cabinlike saloon, complete with a clapboard faade and Adirondack chairs out front, was designed with two places in mind: Stowe, Vermont, and Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
  • Ever-romantic Wine House is the fireplace bar to go to. The rustic, farmhouse-style wine bar lets you settle in with a glass ($6.50-$11) or bottle ($28-$45). So relax and enjoy the warmth.
  • Great date place, especially if your date loves cheese.
  • They have the alchemist heady topper for those who miss Vermont
  • Great wine, great cheese, great music, by far one of the best bars in New York.
  • A perfect date spot nestled on a quaint Carroll Gardens block. Pair the cheese plate (3 for $15) with your wine and feel like you are living the sweet life.
  • True neighborhood feel, everything from friendly service, interior design and the well executed tapas style plates. Truffle mac n cheese and cod topped artichoke are winners, small plates = try more
  • Aside from being one of the best date bars in town, Black Mountain Wine House kicks it in the cold season with a fireplace in the back. Grab a seat near the flames and warm up with a bottle of wine.
  • Mac and cheese is creamy and delicious. Crostini is good too and a huge portion.
  • White bean crostini. Sit by the fire. Bottle of wine. Perfection.
  • Great spot to try some wines and eat some snacks (truffle mac and cheese nom nom nom). Excellent date spot.
  • Everything on the menu was amazing! Friendly bartender Tyler too ;) try the crostini with fresh ricotta, olives, cured meat, and pork stuffed mushrooms! Mangia!
  • The champaign of beers is great
  • go on Sunday nights because the staff is amazing and the atmosphere is perfect for a relaxed, Sunday night glass of wine
  • Go. Have a seat at the bar. Order a few $10 plates of cheese and crostini. Great wine, heavy pours and unique beer selection. The place is a log cabin and just like home.
  • Great selection of interesting wines.
  • Fondue Tuesdays
  • Solid wine spot with a roaring fireplace. Food was very good, especially the truffle Mac and cheese. Syrah was good and spicy
  • this is the coziest spot ever with incredibly affordable wines and great Mac and cheese
  • Cutest watering hole around

Nearby places

383 Carroll St (at Bond St)
305 Nevins St (at Union St)
280 Smith St (at Sackett St)