An armory of hookahs launches cool streams of smoke, which meander out onto America's Pub & Grub's open patio. Waitresses tote plates that hint at the comfort-fare traditions of Cajun and European cuisines with fried catfish, shepherd's pie, and other warming creations. Lights dance across the black-granite bar, where cocktails and draught beers mingle with happy chatter or woes about the tin-can-phone industry. Live acoustic tunes occupy the eatery's airwaves on some evenings, and guests croon their favorite tunes during karaoke gatherings.
For owners Anita and Wayne Tamme, City Scape Winery represents a dream turned hobby turned full-fledged business. The Tammes only sell their own wine, created in small batches to allow for more customization. In the summer, City Scape offers lighter, sweeter varietals; the winter brings classic, more traditional wines. Oenophiles stopping by the winery can typically sample up to eight of City Scape's wines, or peruse the retail store for its extensive inventory of winemaking supplies, including extracts, flavorings, yeast, and wine kits.
Table Wine is a retail wine store and more. We are dedicated to stocking, promoting and selling the best wines from small family owned and operated wineries from all over the world.
We support this mission by offering countless wine tastings, educational seminars and dinners both in and outside of the store.
From 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. Monday–Saturday, Munchies 'n More dispatches its drivers to the homes of customers for late-night deliveries of snacks, meals, and gratifying pick-me-ups. Customers may order online or over the phone, and soon after, a knock at the door signals the arrival of popular energy drinks, cookies, or even pharmaceutical items, such as aspirin and cold medicine. Munchies also helps sustain parties with adult-only products, including beer-pong sets and local, domestic, and international beers.
Troy Ball handcrafts each batch of her potent elixirs with genetically unmodified bushels of heirloom white corn and pure water from the Blue Ridge Mountains, earning her white whiskey a silver medal from the 2011 New York International Spirits Competition for its signature smoothness. During distillery tours, guides lead up to 30 guests on a sojourn through the facility's labyrinth of gleaming copper stills. After the walkthrough, guests and Prohibition-era time-travelers aged 21 and older may choose to sample a selection of white whiskeys, which can include special, unreleased batches. Visitors also receive two engraved alder-wood bottle tags to take home, helping them to finally differentiate between whisky and turpentine hidden in whiskey bottles.