Latin, Italian, Asian, and American dishes comprise the menu at this casual wine bar and grill. Dishes to sample include pesto linguini, jambalaya, Thai shrimp, and sliced flat-iron steak topped with sautéed onions, peppers, mushrooms, and sausage. Warm chocolate cake is a favorite dessert. Complimentary happy-hour appetizers are available 4 to 7 pm daily. Open for lunch and dinner every day. Reservations recommended.
Let’s be honest: going out for drinks never really means just drinks. You have to have something to nibble on with your glass of wine—something fried, preferably. Route 100 won’t add snacks on the bill, offering gratis Happy-Hour nibbles from 4 to 8 pm daily. Try the olive tapenade, fried zucchini sticks, jalapeño peppers, and chicken strips. Granted, it’s not a meal, but it’s enough to tide you over should you opt to stay for that second (or third) glass of Malbec. After all, Happy Hour also means half-priced drinks.