May 11, 2018
Champagneria brings joy to its patrons and envy to its competitors. Distinctly upscale, irreproachably hip, and mercifully well off the beaten track, it serves excellent Champagne (the clue’s in the name), fine wine, and some very toothsome tapas. The menu is very thoughtfully divided into sections ( e.g. Blanc de Blanc / Chardonnay), and those with big pockets will no doubt be interest interested to spot 1956 Veuve Clicquot Brut on the menu. Interestingly, it was made from Pinot Noire of 1956 vintage, Chardonnay from that great year 1928, and Pinot Meunier from 1917, when the world was at war. Indeed, die-hard oenephiles might want to have the menu bound into a book, for it makes for fascinating reading. Architecturally speaking, it has two stylish floors, and there are tables and chairs outside. Cocktails are bit thin on the ground, but hey there are some jolly fine long drinks to be had. All in all, with its attractive decor, and equally attractive clientele, Champagneria knocks the also-rans into a cocked hat.
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