A welcome escape into adulthood in stroller-clogged Disneydom, WBG is run by a master sommelier who chooses the huge slate of wine and makes more than 100 choices available by the ounce, glass, or bottle. The wine is obviously the point and its selections are acclaimed, although the liquor and beer selections are only standard. Prices are high across the (cheese) board; charcuterie-and-cheese boards clock in between $26 and $59. You can also order small plates (burrata, meatballs) that will satisfy most average people as a light meal, but this is generally a restaurant for enjoying fine flavors, not for stuffing yourself. Don’t sit downstairs. Go upstairs, away from the din, where there’s more space, more comfortable seating and another bar. This concept and menu are more sophisticated than most places around here, which for foodie visitors will make for a refreshing change.