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The Wine Cellar is taking it to the street level and beyond. After 20 years in its cozy, subterranean home, the restaurant has reopened next door at 317 E. Sherman Ave., where it stretches from the basement onto two additional floors, expanding the fun for oenophiles and music lovers. Connoisseurs of classic cocktails can enjoy drinks at one of two bars inside because the Wine Cellar now has a liquor license. “I think the community is really going to be surprised by what we’ve done with the building and how we’ve looked after the adults,” said Patricia Power, who owns the restaurant with her husband, Tom. “There are lots of places in downtown Coeur d’Alene for the younger crowd but this is all about us and what we’d like to do when we get away.” The Powers purchased the Wine Cellar from original owner Jim Duncan two years ago, after a dozen years as devoted patrons/Lori Hutson, SR. More here. (Kathy Plonka SR photo: Superviser Krista French of The Wine Cellar talked about the popularity of the new Enomatic machine at the restaurant in Coeur d'Alene)
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The owners of The Wine Cellar, a staple of the downtown scene for over 20 years, are thrilled to announce that the restaurant will be moving street side this summer. Tom & Patricia Power have acquired the building located at 317 Sherman Avenue, directly next door to the Wine Cellar and will be relocating the restaurant to that space. The Wine Cellar restaurant in its current location will remain open for business during this transition. The building at 317 Sherman has been a number of businesses over the years, from a department store, furniture store, The Brix restaurant in 2003 and most recently the Icon nightclub/News Release. More here. (Photo from Wine Cellar Web page)
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