A fine wine shop takes root in Bay Village.
The restaurant is offering guests complimentary wine and a taste of Normandy this week.
Two new Billyburg wine ventures offer principled drinking with an artsy tie-in.
PLCB will increase the handling fees of distilled spirits and wine; restaurants and bars will have little choice but to pass the price hikes on to you.
The shop details the horrors of California bureaucracy in its own blog.
The changes are intended to appeal to the changing tastes of today's diners.
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Tonight David Katz kicks off the first in a series of regional wine dinners he’s presenting at his restaurant Meme over the next couple of months. Each of the dinners, which spotlight wines of a specific region and dishes that...
Grub Street previously said that Tria's "spunky little cousin" would open in August.
Chef Peter Woolsey is looking to cut guests another attractive deal.
The union alleges that the state's liquor control board is too closely connected to the liquor industry to fight underage drinking in a meaningful way, especially when its puts a wine dispensing machine on a college campus.
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Saturday Happy Hour just may be the best idea ever!
Upping the ante for Restaurant Week and its many imitators, Marathon is offering three-course dinners for $20.
L&I Denies Targeting Italian Market Vendors; PA's Indoor Smoking Ban Has Had a Minimal Impact on Bar and Restaurant Business
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Both moves are based on customers desires.
A limited amount of the 2008 vintage just went on sale from this former Sona sommelier.