Get your drink on in Ohio City!

Candlelight, floor-to-ceiling drapes and sparkling chandeliers make for a cozy wine-sipping space across from the West Side Market in Cleveland’s Ohio City neighborhood. The extensive wine list includes a “connoisseur’s collection” of more than 300 labels and over 70 offerings by the glass. On cold winter nights, Market Avenue Wine Bar is the perfect spot to tuck into a hot mug of mulled wine.

Wine Enthusiast

If your palate wants it, we've got it!

Exciting News! The Wine Bar now has a full liquor license so cocktails are now complimenting our extensive list of wine and craft beers.

And don't forget our connoisseur's collection of major vintages, with over 300 wines offered by the bottle and more than 70 by the glass. In addition to countless craft beers on tap and in small and large format. Meads and Sakes are also available for your enjoyment.


Why Drinking Wine Is Healthy

Hippocrates was likely the first to tout the health benefits of alcohol, and numerous modern studies have since won over members of the medical community that now endorse moderate drinking. The drink of choice among health professionals is red wine - up to two glasses a night for men. Thanks to its abundance of phytonutrients, which are natural chemicals that help improve cell signaling and antioxidant activity, red wine has many positive effects including fighting inflammation throughout the body.

"Red wine has about five times more phytonutrients than white wine," says Jo Robinson, investigative journalist and author of Eating on the Wild Side, which comes out in paperback in May. Phytonutrients are in the skins of the grapes and since the skins are removed immediately for white wine, red is the superior choice. Robinson says phytonutrient levels are easily gauged by holding your glass up to a light. The less light that comes through, the better. The list of healthiest red wines includes Pinot Noir, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, and Merlot. So pour yourself a glass and read on about its benefits.

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