Citysearch Editorial Review.
Those looking for a bustling hotspot should probably head elsewhere, but Red + White is a great fit for the relaxed, small-town feel of the Glen Park neighborhood. Its high ceilings, comfy couches, and ample chairs seem targeted to an older, professional crowd, with a vibe that's more date night than meat market. The wine selection is small, international, and well-curated, though prices are steep (glasses start at $9 and go up to $16). Those who want to try multiple wines can also order half-glass, half-price "tastes." On the food side, Red + White offers dolled-up grilled cheese sandwiches ($8.50-9.50) in surprisingly hearty portions; the Lonely Goatherd (goat cheese and olive tapenade) is tasty, though the Ciao Ciao (mozzarella, basil, and sun-dried tomatoes) could use more salt. The menu also boasts cheese and charcuterie plates, four flavors of crème brulee, Tcho chocolates, and other wine-pairing delights. The lighting could stand to be dimmer, considering all the candles in the room, but service is friendly and efficient, creating a welcoming space for couples or friends to chat over a glass.