In the past couple of years, Miami has been rising the charts and named one of the top ten food cities in America. The competition is fierce, and impressive dishes are being rolled out by chefs to rival out other restaurants and bring in the diners. So what else should a restaurant possess to ensure
New York is a restaurant and bar town. And it can be difficult to stick out, which is why we love the concept of Wine Legend in Brooklyn. It is part wine bar, part wine store, offering you the chance to enjoy a glass with snacks, then head next door to its shop to bring
Say the name of the town Golden, Colorado, and two things come to mind: Mountains and Coors. It’s a mining town at the foot of the Rockies that is famous for the mega beer company. But there’s so much more to this bedroom community 20 minutes outside of Denver than beer (although there are plenty
Imagine being in the French countryside enjoying a glass of rosé in a quaint local gathering spot. If you are in Denver, you can experience that in the heart of the city at the Frank Bonnano concept, French 75. The farmhouse inspiration throughout the upstairs wine lounge — perfect for semi-private events — is marked
When Food and Wine said Houston’s dining scene is the most exciting it’s ever been, it made our mouths’ collectively water in anticipation for our visit to the area in July (for our Cab & Credit design trade CEU event). We’re ready to eat and drink our way through the city that is creating a
Restaurant Wine Cellar of the Month (May): Sleek Transitional Cellar at Eddie Merlot’s in Bloomfield Hills, MI
A common flaw in glass wine cellar design — for those of us who love minimalist design, anyway — is the common habit of adding so much wine racking that the amount of light passing through the structure is limited. That’s why we love the Eddie Merlot’s (Bloomfield Hills, Mi.) wine cellar soooooo much. The
Being able to look out over the pristine blue waters of the Pacific with a glass of amazing local wine in hand seems like a dream scenario for most of us. Unless you live in, or are visiting, Monterey, the heart of one of California’s hidden wine region gems and the northern tip of the epically
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Less is more. The ultimate cliche in minimalism. But it’s so true. The Spire Collection by Jackson Family Wines tasting room uses this approach in its jaw-dropping design. Just a dozen Vino Series Pins elevate the premium wines in individually carved out nooks on a wine wall fit for Napa royalty. It feels exclusive. And
Restaurant Wine Cellar of the Month (April): Coastal contemporary vibes at Sea Salt in St. Petersburg, FL
Comfortable, welcoming, and airy are just a few descriptors for contemporary design. They are also the elements that epitomize the atmosphere at Sea Salt in St. Petersburg, Fl. The light color palette of the restaurant combines neutrals such as those of the chairs and booths, with accents of blues and greens. At the center of it
There is no shortage of good food and wine in the Windy City. Obviously. What separates a few from the pack (in our minds, anyway), are restaurants that put interior design on a near equal perch to the food and beverage programs. It’s not hard to find that careful design of menu and decor in
- Vino Series Magnum Rails, 1 Bottle Metal Wine Rack $36.00 – $38.00
- Mini T 6-Bottle Tabletop Acrylic Wine Rack $80.00
- Case & Crate Back $45.00
- FCF Perch 1-Bottle Vertical Wine Rack $27.00 – $47.00
- Evolution Series Wine Wall Presentation Row Wine Rack Extension (9 bottles) $80.00 – $90.00
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