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wine bar

a bar in a restaurant, etc., or an establishment that specializes in serving wine and usually food
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Decor wise, The Wine Bar is pleasantly inspired by the world of wine, to put bluntly.
Many local pubs and wine bars are rightly proud of their five star rating and display it so customers are instantly aware of their commitment to hygiene so you can fully enjoy your drink.
Rather, "it supplements personal interaction and adds layers to the experience that other wine bars cannot offer.
CAV Bar, San Francisco: CAV, probably at the top of any list of wine bars, is owned and operated by Pamela Busch, a native New Yorker who brought New York urban swank to the Bay Area.
But Rev David Phillips, of the Church Society, says: "Opening wine bars doesn't seem appropriate," but adds, "People who attend church should give more.
The Rev David Phillips, general secretary of the Church Society, said: "Opening wine bars doesn't seem an appropriate way to generate money.
The wine bars would feature stained-glass windows, pictures on a religious theme and be decorated in episcopal purple.
Bin 71 (235 Columbus), a popular wine bar that opened a couple years ago, was recently joined by Wine & Roses (286 Columbus), and both are providing a broad selection of fine wines and light fare to dedicated crowds of discerning patrons.
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Bright, well-lit and with a good choice of wine by the glass, they side-stepped the threat by incorporating the good bits of the wine bar with the feel of a pub.
Opening a wine bar as an addition to a retail store has become something of a trend across the U.
com/research/v4qlb7/a_comprehensive_st) has announced the addition of the "A comprehensive study of the UK Wine Bars market in 2012, rating & valuing each of the 127 companies that operate in today's market" report to their offering.