Tel'Veh is outfitted with high-tech wine dispensers - insurance that your bottle is stored at just the right humidity and temperature - important for an establishment that boasts 300 bottles and 48 by-the-glass selections. The plan is to grow the cellar to 800 bottles with exotic wines you won't be able to find elsewhere.
Washingtonian has a look at the food selection served at the bar, but doesn't mention that Tel'Veh will be open as a cafe for breakfast starting at 7a. "Tel'Veh" is in fact derived from the Turkish term for the residue at the bottom of a coffee cup - so we're betting they do coffee well. The wine bar will stay open until 2a.
Seating is for 60 inside and 40 outside - great for the weather that's finally upon us. Paired with Carving Room, the "urban-deli-retro-gastro-pub" coming to the Mass Court building at 3rd and H, and the recently opened Sixth Engine, NoMa is turning out to be quite the food destination.
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