Gluten Free at Tria Wine Bar, Philadelphia
Last night was a fabulous night to go into town, the weather was beautiful and the sky was clear! Is there a better place to spend such a great night, other than at Tria Wine Bar?
This was my first visit to Tria and I must say I was impressed. It is rare that you get both excellent wine and great food all in one package. Tria delivered! My date and I started the night with a blush wine (Rose Txakoli) and two cheeses (PS they have gluten free crackers). We choose the special of the night, Saint Marcellin and a the Yellow Springs Fieldstone. Yes, I know, everyone is thinking AH THE CHEESE - stay away - but you know what, a girls gotta live out on a limb once in a blue moon, no? Now that we have moved pass that hurdle, I did select a goat cheese in hopes it would be more gentle on the tummy. After the blush wine we moved backwards to the white (Arbois Poulsard, Puffeney) and finally to the red wine (Txakolina Bizkaiko Uriond).
All in all, I most defiantly will recommend Tria Wine Bar, not only because of the superb wine and food, but the atmosphere was cozy, inviting, and modern, with the service getting an A++ in my book. The wait staff worked well as a team and they where friendly and knowledgeable on their wines!
P.S. Don't judge me if I mixed up the wines :D