The second location of the Ayza empire opened in a triangular space in a slightly-off-the-beaten path location in the West Village. A small seating area with a few high-top tables greets patrons. The small eight-person bar lies just beyond the high-top tables. Several two-person tables line the small hallway along the Seventh Avenue South side of the establishment that leads to the restroom. The drink menu consists of 24 wines by-the-glass, cocktails (including Chocolate Martinis), and four beers. Food menu includes cheese and chacuterie and gets rounded out by offerings of Jacques Torres chocolate. This is definitely a good spot if you are in the nabe. My only critique is that I wish the chocolate theme extended to the beer. I know that beer is not the focus here, but they could replace the Stella and Corona with chocolate-like beer offerings such as Rogue Mocha Porter, Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout or Sam Adams Cream Stout. Either way, Ayza is a great addition to the West Village NYC wine bar crawl.