Clyde doesn’t look like a traditional wine bar. The walls are white, the chairs are silver. Artwork has been kept to a minimum, with nothing French or kitschy on the walls. All of which makes sense, because Clyde – owned by Jon Lipshutz and Chris Fehlinger, a front-of-house veteran who worked at Union Square Cafe, Babbo and Coyote Cafe – isn’t a traditional wine bar, despite a ten-page wine list and an inventive mix of small plates and entrees. The owners have added a design shop, a semi-private party room for large-format entrees, and a bar, and have plans to further expand with a speakeasy and outdoor pizza oven.