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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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The council's planning committee has now refused permission for the wine bar on the grounds it would mean "unacceptable noise and disturbance" for neighbours.
"The charming cafe and wine bar will be a great locale for people to gather with friends and family, start their day with a cup of coffee, or wind down after a day of work.
Grace Woods, who owns the wine bar, told the ECHO: "There was a loud bang, like an explosion.
The design is like a classic wine bar but looks fantastic in the atmospheric railway arch space."
The resident, who requested to remain anonymous fearing retribution from other neighbors, said the applicants for the wine bar are being "intentionally underhanded" by not outlining specific plans for the wine bar.
SixtyFour A Wine Bar and SixtyFour Reserve Room are owned and operated by local Wheaton residents Amy and Loren Beadle.
"We used to meet up at a wine bar in Windsor and often shared a nice bottle of Muscadet.
Frames were also made for the artwork of some of Charlie's favourite places - Connection Wine Bar, the family cottage in Whitby and The Lambton Castle.
"We had a store room where we kept the flowers, and with a lot of help we have transformed that into the wine bar.
The couple hadn't planned on purchasing an existing business, especially a wine bar, but all of the pieces fell into place, Ogden said.
For that's the name of the new wine bar and cafe which has been opened at the Co Down course as part of the pounds 4.5million redevelopment.
RUMMERS WINE BAR Bridge Terrace, Aberystwyth SY23 1QD 01970 625177 STAFF: Polite and knowledgeable, eager to make recommendations, pass judgement on good drink choices and offer a helping hand to those not sure what they fancy.