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H Street’s Natural Wine Bar Now Has Food From Fancy Market Odd Provisions

Dio is adding a new menu this weekend

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Dio Wine Bar [official photo]
Tierney Plumb is the editor of Eater DC, covering all things food and drink around the nation's capital.

Two years after bringing sustainable wines to H Street NE, Dio Wine Bar is swapping its short lineup of bar snacks for hit items from Odd Provisions, a small gourmet market in Columbia Heights.

The collaboration — dubbed Odd@Dio — will include a spicy salami sandwich with herb pesto and fennel confit, seasonal salads, cheese, and charcuterie like chicken liver mousse ($6-$9).

Sonoma County native Stacey Khoury-Diaz’s homegrown wine bar debuted in 2017 with “all natural” wines, focusing on wine produced from organic or biodynamically grown grapes. Room 11 vets Jessica Woods and Rachel Mowrer founded Odd Provisions across the street in Columbia Heights in 2016.

The permanent partnership between the two women-owned businesses kicks off tomorrow.

Dio previously served sharable plates including gougeres and dukkah. Cheese and charcuterie options will stick around on the menu, this time featuring cheeses from NorCal’s Point Reyes and Humboldt Fog.

Customers will also now be able to place special Dio wine orders through Odd Provisions. Here’s a look at the new menu:

Salad and orange wine pairings at Dio Wine Bar.
Dio Wine Bar [official photo]
A watermelon radish and snap pea salad with garlic chive chèvre.
Dio Wine Bar [official photo]

Dio Wine Bar

904 H Street Northeast, , DC 20002 (202) 506-3103 Visit Website