Why Monday is the best day to drink wine

Wine gives the dinner in the restaurant a special atmosphere. The food becomes more tasty, the mood - better, and the interlocutors - more interesting. But spoiling yourself with wine is an expensive pleasure. It is necessary to limit yourself of one glass and drink it with small sips until the shardone warms up to the temperature of the soup, or stick to oatmeal and homemade sandwiches until the next salary.

But there is a way out: Mondays. There are special offers in the best restaurants in London on Mondays. Merchants Tavern's Monday Wine Club, for example, makes a 50% discount on wine, because it's not a very profitable day. Each month a new collection is offered. In September, for example, there was a Greek wine list - and Nemea, and Assyrtiko were sold for half the price. "It's a good way for guests to try something unusual and not go bankrupt," - says senior manager Derryn Nel.

For those who drink wine at the beginning of the week, there is an offer in Hawksmoor's as well. On Monday you can pay £5 (on other days - £25). "This is a small bonus for those who did not give up after the weekend," - says Mark Quick, responsible for alcohol at the institution.

And there's The Remedy, which will save you from the agony of choosing a wine in the store on the corner. In this institution there is the offer Monday Night Fever: 12 great wines, which you can drink every Monday at a shop price, and even with a plate of excellent lardo. But here you need to book a table in advance. The owner of the establishment David Clawson says that on Mondays in the evening it is quite crowded because of the wine. So do not waste Monday night on the seat in front of the TV, because this is the perfect time for a couple glasses of a wonderful drink.

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