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Billed as the narrowest wine bar in the city, Virgola is a unique Italian wine and oyster bar located inside a restored 1800s alley on Greenwich Avenue in the heart of the West Village. Virgola, which means comma in Italian, is the perfect place to pause for a wide selection of Italian wine, oysters and imported meats and cheeses. Pop in for a glass of wine, reserve a cozy table for dinner or end your evening with a late-night snack. You will notice that Virgola is decorated with "love locks" added each day by its customers—bring a padlock and leave yours, too.