If 'wine bar' conjures up chaps in red braces on gigantic mobile phones tapping their toes to Sade and disappearing off to the gents to powder their noses, have no fear. It's true that wine bars seemed to disappear with the eighties, alongside Babysham, shoulder pads and Rick Astley. But that doesn't mean that the wine bar can't be reinvented. Indeed, there should be many more such places - it's grossly unfair that Italy has the monopoly. But never fear, as you here you have it, right in the heart of Vilnius. It's neither a stiff shop nor an eighties nightmare. In Vino is the kind of laid back haunt that you could come back to again and again.
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Kai from Sweden Reply
I liked it, calm and cozy.
Greg from United Kingdom Reply
Nice during the summer to sit outside. You have In vino for the wine area and sharing the same courtyard a 'britsh style' pub for beer accessed through an authentic red phone box. Great atmosphere full of tredy 20 and 30 somethings. Need to be there by 7pm to get a table outside on the weekends
Artur from Lithuania Reply
Nikita thinks it's fake and gay.
James from United States Reply
The most amazing place I have ever been to
jack from United Kingdom Reply