Meetup with all your friends from CHAD 30s 40s 50s at Six Plates tapas and wine bar! They just updated their menu on 5/27/2014 and they have awesome wines by the glass. Because they buy fresh and local, their June tapas menu should rock! Beer on tap is also available for those of you non-Oenophiles (wine-haters are welcome). You won't be disappointed.
There is lovely outdoor seating if the weather permits and the inside is cozy, perfect for us. Easy to get to from all points in the Triangle! Plenty of free parking.
Whether you are new to the group or a long time member, we hope to see you there. For those who are new, feel free to come solo. We are a welcoming bunch.
-Kim and Julie
Just in case you aren't familiar, more about this spot:
Six Plates offers six small plates of food (imagine an entrée cut in half) and six wines by the glass matched to those plates. On the clipboard there are over 150 wines by the bottle including half bottles, magnums, etc. On the back page you’ll find around 30 beers by the bottle. If you don’t see what you are looking for by the glass make sure you check out the cork board behind the bar.
We keep our selection of plates and wines by the glass small, so that every plate and every glass of wine we give you is of the highest quality. Because our menu is small, both the food and the wines are constantly changing in order to offer as much variety as possible.
Why no waiters? Waiters can be a great feature of a fine dining restaurant, but there is no reason you can’t have great wine and great food in a more laid back atmosphere. This way, rather than waiting on someone to show up and help you, you get everything on your time and not ours. However, if you desire the extra attention and want to talk about wine, sit at the bar and the bartenders will be at your service.