D.C. self-service wine bar debuts

If you dine at a Romano's Macaroni Grill restaurant anywhere in the country, you're invited to partake of the house red wine on the honor system, then let your server know how much you drank.

That's one way to do it. Ceviche Restaurant in Washington, D.C., has unveiled in its second-floor wine bar a self-serve enomatic wine system. Guests will be able to taste 24 varietals of wine by the ounce at the touch of a button.

The automated wine preservation system dispenses wine after insertion of a wine debit card purchased by the customer. Tastes range from $1.50 to $10 per ounce, with an average price of $2. The wine list will change frequently.

Ceviche is located on Wisconsin Avenue near the intersection of Calvert Street, between Georgetown and the Washington National Cathedral.

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