Q: Wait. We can bring our own food?

A: Yes! While we do have cheese and sausage, chips and salsa and nuts and olives, you are MORE THAN WELCOME to bring your own snacks. We have menus available from Hooty’s (homemade pizza), Tano’s Pizza, The Creamery and Coach’s Club. Stay tuned for Food Truck nights!

Q: What’s upstairs?

A: Currently there are 3 offices on the second floor. Our intention is to use one as a classroom/studio space for daily rental. The second space is used as a photography studio for area photographers to use for sessions. You can check out more about that here.

Q: How often will the wines be changed?

A: Look for changes in menu seasonally; Sept/October, Jan/February, May/June.

Q: How much is it to rent the space?

A: We do not have a rental fee but do ask for a minimum in sales. You can inquire about space here.

Q: Can I host a meeting that doesn’t involve drinking alcohol?

A: ABSOLUTELY. We welcome any kind of meeting, class or workshop! We’d love to have your group here for a lunch and learn, sales meeting or staff gathering. Bring us your ideas.

Q: can we take our drinks outdoors?

A: Not yet. We have plans to fence in a back patio in 2020, however, we need to go through the correct permitting process to get construction underway. Until then, all alcoholic beverages must remain indoors on the property.

Q: What remodeling was completed by the current owners?

A: We say that we basically gave this building a facelift; new floors, painted all the walls, new exterior doors and added the bar and furniture. The structure has amazing bones so we just needed to do a little cleanup. Other than that, the restoration (including doors, trim, windows, rock wall, skylights, etc)) was completed in 1998.

Q: where are the barrel tables from?

A: Our friends over at Coyle Woodworks in Waunakee, WI created the wine barrel tables for us. They sell and rent them for events. Check them out!

Q: Will you ever have live music?

A: That’s a great question. And the answer is we don’t know yet. The building is not necessarily set up to have room for live music inside and since we do not have a permit for outdoor entertainment yet, we likely will not have music until next summer.