Workshop's new outdoor bar kicking off Wine Garden Wednesday series

Wine and Dine


Workshop will welcome its new tiki-themed bar on August 26 with the first Wine Garden Wednesday, a monthly event featuring wine tastings and dinner at one of the five Workshop kitchens.
[content-1] Workshop and Merrow's Garden Bar parted ways earlier this month following the food court's decision to operate its own bar, billed as "a trendy tiki-inspired bar inspired by local ingredients and flavors that changes seasonally."

Starting Aug. 26, the last Wednesday of every month will be Wine Garden Wednesday at Workshop. For $50, patrons can spend an hour at four different tasting tables, sampling wines from Italy, France, Spain and Greece. The ticket also includes a $20 voucher for dinner at one of the five Workshop kitchens.

Reservations can be made up until Monday at 4 p.m. for groups of four to eight by emailing events@butcherandbee.com. Masks will be required when away from your table, and there will be no intermingling of groups during the experience.⠀⠀ [location-1]

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