I've always liked the list at Flyte. Not only do they select interesting wines at many different price points, but they also work hard to make the list as approachable as possible. A big plus is the fact that they offer a phonetic pronunciation guide to all the wines on the menu. I will admit to more than once skipping over a wine I wanted to try in a social setting because I was afraid to look foolish attempting to pronounce a French name in front of other oenophiles.
Instead, at Flyte, if you take a deep breath and read slowly, you can sound like a champ when your order a 2008 Domaine des Deux Ânes "Fontanilles" because it says right there on the menu "doh-mehn day doo zhahn - fohn-tah-neey." Flyte also offers wines from all around the world with a particular emphasis on food-friendly selections. Their descriptions of the flavors and aromas are excellent tips toward developing your own favorite pairings with descriptors revolving around food terms instead of wine snob words like "redolent saddle leather" or "cheeky and elusive."
Flyte also offers creative flights of different wines, usually themed around a particular varietal or region. Occasionally, they will get a little playful with these flights, like the one I saw once that was titled "The Good Stuff We Drink After Y'all Go Home." Thanks for sharing!
With more than 100 wines available by the glass, it's pretty easy to make up your own flight at Flyte, and the wait staff is uniformly knowledgeable to help you out with your selections. Even though OpenTable didn't mention it specifically, the beer offering at Flyte is pretty spectacular as well, and resident beer nerd Doc Downs takes as much care selecting that list and pairing it with meals as Flyte's co-owner and wine director does with the wines. So no matter you want to drink with your dinner at Flyte, they've got you covered.