With its enoteca-like charm, bare walls, long bar and lovely courtyard, it’s not hard to see why this Midtown wine bar, housed in the restored Jenning’s Cleaners and Dyeing Shoppe that dates back to the 1920s, is always packed to the gills. From after-work crowds noshing on cheeseboards and sharing a bottle of bubbly to late-night Tinder dates sampling rosés by the half-glass, there is a niche here for everyone, and a nook and cranny too, with plenty of couches, tables and bar stools to get comfy in. The wine list, curated by sommelier Adele Corrigan, is one of the best in town, with on-trend natural and biodynamic wines and unique pours from the Loire Valley to the Western Cape of South Africa and eccentric surprises — try the orange wine from Georgia — will delight any oenophile or neophyte alike. But don’t let that scare you; this is a great spot to unwind with a beer as well, with a great selection on draft, including a few local Texas brews. Add in the well-curated cheese boards sourced from Houston Dairy Maids, huge and heavenly slices of cake and a bar staff that kindly caters to folks who just want to unwind, and there you have it. The best bar in Midtown.