Our new 'Enomatic' rotating bottle system is great for trying something new. Purchase your very own self serve wine card, starting at $25 and begin your tasting ...
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Caffe Martier Closing, Wine Room Planned There will be a limited menu this week, with a “Martier madness” night on March 30 featuring a bar party with $4 beers and other end-of-our-existence specials. In its place and starting an extensive, reported $2 million renovation project on April 2 [...]
Salud! New Grape Water Wine Bar in Middleton aims to 'unsnob' the wine bar and the self serve style allows for minimal staffing. Still relatively new to the Madison area, Enomatic machines can lack the one-on-one exchange with a knowledgeable wine server. But they offer cost efficiency, accommodating very large or rare [...]
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New on Wine List Confidential: Red Lion and Sun “Drinkable wines which excite the customer without needlessly challenging them…” Harking from New Zealand, Ball grew up in the hospitality industry, his grandfather having opened the country's first hamburger restaurant in 1939, “which was the first [...]
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Restaurant review: Victor at the Parq a steak house with sushi on the side But Victor operator Kim Canteenwalla says the name's also a play on 'to the victor belong the spoils', “with the fork and knives in your hands scenario.” The steak house, with a sushi and seafood bar that holds its own, is one of eight restaurants and [...]
RT @RocketNHummus: YES finally an enomatic wine bar in Bath - sampling all the wines I want ❤️❤️ @Le_Vignoble - gorgeous bar and perfect…
14th December, 2017 by Edith HancockIndependent wine shop and bar group Vagabond has opened an urban winery in the iconic Battersea Power Station.Vagabond’s latest branch in Battersea comes fitted with its own winery.The sixth branch of the wine bar — and Vagabond’s second site in Battersea — opened earlier this week, complete with its own small-scale winery which the company said will “reveal the production processes of wine-making to all.”The new bar...
MIDDLETON — When Nicki Prestigiacomo’s high school friends come back home to visit, they can’t believe what their small suburb looks like now.“They’re like ‘Whoa, what happened to Middleton? It got so Gucci,'” said Prestigiacomo. “I think it’s great. I’m excited about everything, all the little shops.”With the opening of the new Middleton Center Development nearby on Hubbard Avenue adding to several boutiques and locally owned restaurants, downtown Middleton has been adding reasons to keep...
On its face, a wine bar is a semi-lousy idea.The best wines — meaning the most soulful of the lot, not necessarily the most expensive — are designed to be drunk slowly from a bottle shared with company and served with good food. That’s pretty much at direct odds with the standard American conception of a bar, which involves sitting on a stool, facing a wall and maybe nibbling on peanuts. Even in the current golden age of cocktails, that format hasn’t changed terribly much:...
Sip your heart out at the Short North's Tastings wine bar. Nicholas Dekker The space at 958 N. High St. in the Short North seems destined for wine. After Camelot Cellars moved to Olde Towne East, Tastings—A Wine Experience took over the site, renovated it and kept the vino flowing. The wine bar and restaurant originated in Indianapolis, and the Columbus outpost, which opened in May 2017, is its second location.The atmosphere is lively and casual, with bar seating and two sections of...