Experience our New Tuesday Pasta Night!
Putting fun food & wine back into your Tuesdays!
Make your reservations for Tuesday Pasta Night!
Bring a friend, spouse, or your plus one because you get two
pasta dishes and a bottle of red wine for just $30
Duckhorn Wine Dinner
w/the Duckhorn Family of wines
Lynn Apple District Manager for Duckhorn
will be on premise to lead the discussion
on these iconic brands.
Brands include: Duckhorn, Paraduxx, Goldeneye,
Migration, Decoy, Canvasback, Calera
Chef will be pairing each course, to make this
a can't miss wine dinner!
Date: Monday April 27 @ 6:30 pm
Doors will open at 6pm
Cost: $85 per person - tax and tip included
Prepayment is required, so call or stop in!
FINE PRINT: If you cancel 48 hours prior to event
you will be issued credit.
No Credit will be issued if canceling within 48 hours.
Monthly Brunch Series
A few reservations remain!
Taking reservations between 10:30 am - 2pm
Reservations are suggested
Happy Hour Menu
Tues. - Friday
Fried chickpeas $2.5 Vegetable egg roll $5.5
Piquillo Hummus plate $5 Duck fat fries $5
Fried Artichoke hearts $5 Swordfish Tacos $5.5
Cheese steak Arancini $3.5 Spicy ranch pretzels $2
Some of these menu items will only be available during happy hour,
so getting here early has its rewards!
Specials are only available at the bar & hi-top tables.
Penn Ave - 3 Hour Parking Limit
Alternate places to park, without current time limits:
M & T Bank Lot after 5pm: 800 Penn Ave, Wyomissing
Mcdonald's/VF Lot: 800 Hill Ave, Wyomissing
*Please Note that the Rite Aide Lot is now a Kiosk pay lot
Percent of wineries in Spain's coastal Rías Baixas wine region with women winemakers. Historically, women have always played a leading role in the vineyards and bodegas here because men, who make up the vast majority of local fishermen, have gone to sea for long periods, leaving women to tend to the vines and make the wine.
Viva Les Veuves!
The history of Champagne is liberally sprinkled with the success of larger-than-life women, many of them widows. Unlike many women in the early 19th century, widows (veuve
, in French) enjoyed the independence necessary to run a business. While unmarried women were dependent on their fathers or brothers and married women were forced to rely on their husband's money, widows were allowed to own property and businesses and control their own finances. In fact, the Champagne Widows were so successful that some Champagne houses without their own widow added “Veuve” to their labels anyway! Some of the most famous widows and their iconic Champagne houses include:
Barbe-Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot -
Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin
Louise Pommery - Pommery
Mathilde Emilie Laurent-Perrier -
Elisabeth "Lily" Law
de Lauriston-Boubers Bollinger -
Information courtesy of Karen MacNeil & Company:
The Wine Bible
TUESDAY -THURSDAY 4PM -11PM
FRIDAY - SATURDAY 4PM -12AM
KITCHEN HOURS - till 10PM Nightly
LIMITED LATE NIGHT MENU AFTER 10PM