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Lunch: Monday – Friday 11:30-2:00 p.m.

Cocktails: Beginning 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, 5:30 Saturday

Dinner: Monday through Wednesday: 5:30-9:00 Thursday through Saturday: 5:30-9:30

Brunch: Sunday: 11-2

Reservations not required but recommended.


Fall Wine Features

Be sure to come back to see our changing wine features and share with us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook your favorite wines from this list and tag us with #UndercurrentGSO!

Join us for a glass of wine or cocktails beginning at 4pm Monday – Friday and 5:30 on Saturday. Cheers!


2016 Acrobat Pinot Gris, Oregon
$8 gl $24 btl
90 Wine Enthusiast
This wine knocks the flavors out of the park again this vintage, with spicy grapefruit and pine needle notes leading the charge. Think more cool fruit—lime flesh and skin—than tropical flavors. Add vivid acidity, impeccable balance and a refreshing, wet stone finish, and this is a must-have, every day, goes-with-anything white.

2016 Errazuriz Max Reserva Chardonnay, Aconcagua, Chile
$10 gl $40 btl
91 Wine Spectator, 91 Wine Enthusiast
Minerally and rich-tasting, with finely crafted flavors of apple, citrus, pear and spice that are supported by fresh acidity. Crunchy dried savory notes power the finish.

2017 Dog Point Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand
$10 gl $40 btl
93 James Suckling, 92 Wine Spectator, 90 Robert Parker
Pungent passion fruit and fragrant melon, Tahitian lime citrus, this really takes sauvignon to another place for Marlborough, exposing the edgy, exciting and minerally possibilities whilst embracing the rampant intensity of fruit. Great acid, mouth-watering from front to back.

2017 Hecht and Bannier Cote du Provence Rose , France
$11 gl $44 btl
91 Decantor, 90 Robert Parker, 90 Wine Enthusiast
This rose is a plump, medium-bodied effort, marked by crisp, citrusy fruit. Passion fruit and grapefruit nuances give it a zippy, refreshing finish.


2016 Adelsheim Pinot Noir Willamette Valley
$15 gl $60 btl
93 Points James Suckling
This is very intense with a linear line of tannins and acidity running through the center palate. Medium to full body and a dried-strawberry and apple character. Flavorful and energetic aftertaste. Drink now or hold.

2015 Guigal Cote du Rhone Rouge, Rhone France
$10 gl $40 btl
91 Robert Parker, 90 Wine Enthusiast
Deep and dark red. Shiny. Fresh fruits with red berries and spices on the nose. Full, round and racon the palate. Rounded and smooth tannins. A full-bodied, rich and intensely aromatic wine. A full wine, with a long finish and plenty of elegance and finesse due to the well balanced tannins and fruit.

2014 Decero Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendoza Argentina
$11 gl $44 btl
92 James Suckling, 90 Wine Spectator
Extremely fresh and clean with currant, lavender and other flowers. Full body, silky and beautiful tannins and a rich finish. Shows intensity.

2014 Robert Hall Syrah, Paso Robles California
$14 gl $56 btl
91 Wine Enthusiast
Well-structured, this wine expresses nuances of ripe blackberry and cocoa with a touch of smoke and spice. Opulent fruit flavors of blackberry, plum and black cherry with a rich mouth-watering finish.

2015 Marietta “Game Trail” Cabernet Sauvignon, Yorkville Highlands, California
$17 gl $68 btl
91 Jeb Dunnuck
This is 100% Cabernet Sauvignon that sports a deep purple color all the way to the rim. Spiced plums, cassis, cedar pencil, and exotic spice notes give way to a medium-bodied, concentrated, seamless wine that has class and charm. With fine tannin, good acidity, and a fresh, focused style.