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Lunch vs Brunch – What’s The Difference?

With restaurants once again opening their doors, we hope you consider coming to us here at Vintage Wine Bar and Bistro when you’re looking to eat out. As a top restaurant in Farmingdale, we’re happy to be serving our customers again for both indoor and outdoor dining. Our restaurant is the perfect stop for any…
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Rosé, Red, Or White In The Summer

There is no bad time of year to enjoy a delicious glass of wine. However, knowing when to drink each type will significantly enhance your enjoyment of the beverage. You’ll also want to ensure you’re drinking high-quality wine, such as the ones served at the best wine bar in Farmingdale. At Vintage Wine Bar and…
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Outdoor Seating On Main Street

Here at Vintage Wine Bar and Bistro, we are happy to report that we are now open! No matter which you prefer, we are currently serving customers inside our restaurant at 50% capacity and in our outdoor seating areas. The Benefits Of Eating Outdoors Since early March, we’ve all been required to do our part…
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Rose In July

With the summer in full swing, it's time to take a second and relax. Although the pandemic has led to many challenges here at Vintage Wine Bar And Bistro, we want to be there for our community in any way we can. If you're in the mood to enjoy food and drinks from the best…
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Fun Facts About Wine

Who doesn’t love wine? Whether it be a remote wine night with friends or just want to unwind from a day’s worth of work. Nothing beats just having a glass of your favorite wine, whether it be white or red, and just letting go. Here at Vintage Wine Bar and Bistro, a wine bar in…
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Takeout In Farmingdale

Although our dining room is not open, that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the food you’ve come to know and love from us here at Vintage Wine Bar and Bistro. When you’re in the mood for the best takeout in Farmingdale, look no further than us. Open 7 Days A Week Starting Friday, May 29th,…
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Spring Wines Collection

Spring is on its way, and there’s no better way to celebrate the warm weather than with a glass of wine! Whether you prefer red or white or both, there is something for everyone to enjoy this season. If you are looking for a wide variety of wines, a Wine Bar in Farmingdale has exactly…
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Are Tapas Healthy?

Tapas originated in Spain in the thirteenth century as a result of medicinal advice. The old tale tells that after King Alfonso X of Castile became sick, his doctor suggested eating light snacks with a glass of wine in intervals throughout the day. When he returned to full health, the King ordered that every bar…
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Valentine’s Day Date Night

With February now upon us, one of the most romantic days of the year is right around the corner. A Valentine’s Day date can be stressful to plan for some, but here at Vintage Wine Bar and Bistro, we can help make it easier for you. Coming to our wine bar in Farmingdale is a…
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Is A Glass Of Wine A Day Good For You?

Who doesn’t enjoy a glass of wine now and again? Though you may be under the impression that “less is more” when it comes to wine, drinking a glass a day can help bring many benefits into your life. With so many wines to choose from, Vintage Wine Bar And Bistro, a restaurant in Farmingdale,…
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Red Wines For Winter

Winter is coming, and there's no better way to spend your cold nights then cozied up on a beautiful couch, with a glass of red wine in your hand! Red wine is an excellent choice of beverage to drink, especially during the wintertime because it is typically served at a warmer room temperature, which helps…
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New Year. New Me. More Wine!

2020 is near, which means that it's time to create new resolutions to work on throughout the year. One of these resolutions might be getting accustomed to wines. We at Vintage Wine Bar & Bistro, a wine bar in Farmingdale, want to help you by giving you a beginner's guide to wine! Wine can be…
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Winter Drinks, Wine, Beer, and Cocktails

With the passing of Thanksgiving, fall is coming to an end and the holiday season is here. The season's change comes with many different flavoring and food combinations, especially with wine. Winter wines are generally heavier, richer, served warmer than summer wines, less fruity, and are darker or deeper in color. To get a taste…
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Holiday Parties

The holiday season is a time to be joyous and festive; however, the planning for an office holiday party can be hectic and stressful. Finding time to plan the event, coworkers that have time to help you, and time to host the event without creating issues or being in the way of the company and…
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Bottomless Mimosa Brunch For Autumn

As the weather is getting colder, people are looking for a beautiful place to enjoy themselves indoors. So what better way to get together with your friends than to set up a bottomless mimosa brunch? Here at Vintage Wine Bar and Bistro, a restaurant in Farmingdale, we offer a delicious and cozy autumn experience with…
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Merlot Or Malbec What’s The Difference

Merlot and Malbec are red wines that can range in price from inexpensive to over the top pricey. These two red wines originated in the vineyards of France. France claims they once had ownership of these two red wines, but they no longer hold the title as an exclusive growing location. Both wines can now…
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Fun Facts That You Didn’t Know About Red Wine

There is nothing like enjoying a glass of wine to unwind with your friends and family, at a restaurant in Farmingdale called Vintage Wine Bar and Bistro. There are many fun facts about red wine that may surprise you! From how it is made, to health benefits, and even about the color of red wine.…
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Brunch vs Regular Breakfast or Lunch

Going out for brunch has become a popular tradition. So what exactly is brunch? Brunch, a combination of breakfast and lunch, started as a meal that families ate after Church on Sundays, but has quickly grown into a popular social event. Brunch is usually consumed between late morning and early afternoon, and brunch food typically…
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