This lovely wine bar is in the Jewish quarter, in a former shop. With arched ceilings, exposed bricks, and original windows, it's quite pleasant, with the perfect mix of old and new. There are always more than 100 wines available, with the selection frequently changing, as well as a fine selection of pálinka (fruit brandy). Cheese plates, fresh pickles, and charcuterie plates are also available. There's frequent live music, including jazz on Wednesdays, DJs, and Gypsy swing (think Django Reinhardt). The nearby Macesz Huszár restaurant is run by the same owner.