This unpretentious Eastside wine bar couples innovative fare with an exceptional wine roster.. In Short A tattered entrance welcomes patrons into this rough-hewn, trendy locale. The aged bar--plastered with wine labels--and the dining room's pine-paneled walls and stained-glass lamps offer old-neighborhood ambience. Out of the small, one-person kitchen comes a lengthy, eclectic menu proffering tempting seafood appetizers, scorching Japanese barbecue, rustic chicken paprikash and bison dinners. High-end bottles, sake and non-alcoholic staples comprise the extensive wine roster. More than 40 offbeat beer selections add intrigue.