Bottle & Bine is a casually elegant restaurant that reimagines American cuisine with global twists. Bottle refers to the restaurant’s wine program, while the word Bine, a botanist term meaning a twining plant stem off of which the hop grows, refers to the beer program. Together, they symbolize the integration and celebration of American food, wine, and beer.
Located in midtown Manhattan in the culinary mecca that is New York City, Bottle & Bine aims to deliver an approachable dining experience with a few unexpected surprises. The menu draws inspiration from classic American dishes with an international twist from executive chef Angie Berry, formerly chef de cuisine at the Mandarin Oriental’s landmark restaurant Asiate in New York City. Joining Chef Berry are Gina Goyette former sommelier at Chef Carmellini’s Little Park and veteran barman/mixologist Moses Laboy formerly of the iconic Gotham Bar & Grill and Red Rooster.
The bi-level restaurant features a bar on each level, and fuses sleek metallic and muted gray accents with rustic wooden panels. The first-floor bar seats 30 guest and standing room, with two TV’s for the sports fan. While the second floor seats 50 guests for dinner with floor to ceiling windows overlooking Second Avenue and an intimate 10 guest bar. The upstairs at Bottle & Bine also boasts a lounge with leather love seats, velvet couches, and a romantic feel. Bottle & Bine features 16 rotating draught craft beers, an Americana-inspired, Wine Spectator award-winning wine list, and an imaginative craft cocktail menu.
At Bottle & Bine, Chef Angie believes in sourcing locally while cooking globally.
A graduate of The School of Culinary Arts in Houston, Texas, Angie Berry’s career is punctuated by stints at some of the country’s top restaurants including Gotham Bar & Grill, Del Posto and Asiate in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in New York City. Berry’s cooking blends classic French technique with modern twists in an approachable way.
Sommelier and Wine Director
Gina trained at the American Sommelier Association and is certified by The Court of Master Sommeliers. She earned Wine Spectator’s “Best Of” Award for Excellence at The Mark by Jean Georges and has since held wine director positions at Alain Ducasse’s Benoit and Andrew Carmellini’s The Dutch and Little Park.
Moses Laboy is known as the creative beverage and cocktail mind behind several bars/eateries throughout NYC. He has been credited as one of the pioneers who brought back the cocktail scene to Harlem NYC via the creation of the beverage program at celebrity Chef Marcus Samuelsson’s Harlem hotspots Red Rooster and Ginny’s. Moses is now spearheading the cocktail program at Bottle & Bine.
Denis grew up in the New York City bar business, recalling memories of his mother’s Rego Park pub where he worked and eventually cultivated his love for hospitality. Over two decades, Keane has opened restaurants and bars around New York City and is currently the owner of Cornerstone Tavern, The Stag’s Head and Pullman Kitchen – all located steps from Bottle & Bine.