"The owners wanted something clean, but with a lot of character," says Wade. The walls are vertical-grain Douglas fir, with a gray wash. A zinc bar floats in the middle of the space, small tables accommodate couples, and communal tables are ideal for large groups and tasting bar spillover, lit with reclaimed pendant lighting from a Czech warehouse. Photo by Joe Fletcher.
Marked only with a discrete neon 'Cocktails' sign, the speakeasy bar is in the former general store's walk-in cooler, in the back of the tasting room. The tin ceiling, dark wood walls and bar, and velvet upholstered booth create an intimate atmosphere. There's also a restored retro photo booth in the back.