The philosophy of Maslow 6 wine shop has always been that there are social and intellectual aspects to the enjoyment of wine—so when the space that the shop is nestled against became available, owner Keri Jackson Kunzle couldn’t resist opening the Maslow 6 Wine Bar. The space is as long and narrow as when it was Vinovino, but it’s much less of a lounge. The tables are restaurant-height and real chairs have replaced the stools. There’s a lineup of small plates (such as meatballs Wellington and chicken livers and waffles), panini, cheeses, charcuterie, and more. A number of wines are available by the glass, and if you’re buying at least two glasses, the wine bar will open any bottle on the list—it then goes on the chalkboard for others to finish off. You can also pick up a bottle from the shop and have it opened for a $25 corkage fee. Despite its name, the wine bar will have 36 beers.