Barcibo Enoteca - Though the lower reaches of Manhattan has seen its fair share of small upscale wine bars, one area that has remained uncharted territory for the trend is the Upper West Side. So it should come as no surprise that the owners of teeny Bin 71 opened this bi-level Italian wine bar nearby to accommodate the run-off clientele from its routinely standing-room only space. Here an older, more established crowd forgoes the velvet rope for a black velvet curtain that, when brushed aside, reveals the cozy country kitchen feel of its sleek interior. Groups gather over small plates of salami, prosciutto, and cheeses at long marble tables while seated at backless wood and wicker stools. Though the bar specializes in Italian wines, with every region of the country represented by at least one bottle, it also carries specialty single-malt scotches, artisan bourbons, and top shelf rye, rum, vodka and gin. A small selection of hand picked beers includes Kolsch, a light German pilsner, Young's Oatmeal Stout, and, in keeping with the Italian theme, Tapetto lager. Throw in a smattering of grappa and amari, and you'll be raising your glass to say chin chin!