If you enjoy discussing tannins, acidity, fruitiness, and lingering finishes, this wine bar offers a broad selection of Hungarian inputs (over 160 types of wine) to satisfy your desires. Kadarka, named after a grape variety indigenous to Hungary, is a lively wine bar along the famous Király Street in the Jewish Quarter. It's located just far enough from the (over)crowded Gozsdu Udvar, a passage teeming with tourists, that you can get a sense for this historic neighborhood and appreciate the mainly local crowd of Kadarka. Good news is that you won’t have to drink on empty stomach thanks to their tasty selections of food platters. Make sure to get a reservation before you go.