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Cork Wine Bar Will Relocate On 14th Street and Start Making Its Own Rose - Source Washingtonian

Posted on Sep 12,2017
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Cork Wine Bar will close its location of 10 years. Photo via Cork Wine Bar.

Source Washingtonian

BY JESSICA SIDMAN

WASHINGTON, DC. - Cork Wine Bar will close in mid to late October when its ten year lease comes to an end. But no need to say goodbye to its famous avocado toast for good: The restaurant will relocate across the street to Cork Market & Tasting Room, which will be revamped to include dining and drinking on both floors. Bonus: rosé wine made on-site.

Owners Diane Gross and Khalid Pitts say Cork Market will close for around ten days in October for the renovation, and reopen as Cork Wine Bar & Market at the end of the month.

The wine bar will be replicated in the upstairs space of 1805 14th St., Northwest, which was previously used for private events and tastings. They’ll maintain roughly the same 60 seats, the same modern-rustic look, same old-world wine list, and same seasonal small plates menu from chef Jason Schreuder.

Source Washingtonian



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