$15 for $30 Worth of Casual Gourmet Cuisine and Wine
Snack on platters of artisan cheese, almond, fruit, and toasted bread ($15), or tomato-basil flatbread with arugula, mozzarella, and balsamic ($10). Wines include Washington Pinot Noir ($11/glass, $42/bottle), and a Napa Valley Chardonnay ($10/glass, $38/bottle), and reserve bottles of Sauvignon Blanc ($44) and Cabernet Sauvignon ($60) from California.
Cellar 13 Fine Wine Bar & Cellar
Cellar 13 Fine Wine Bar & Cellar's owner, Mike Hightower, is no triskaidekaphobian. That is, he's not afraid of the number 13. Rather, he embraces it. He even themed his whole business around the superstitious number: it's no coincidence that Cellar 13 Fine Wine Bar & Cellar offers 13 red wines, 13 white wines, and 13 menu items. Guests can choose to explore either of the two outdoor patios, dine along the wine bar, or descend—yes, 13 steps—down to the cellar, where a cozy lounge with leather armchairs and dark wood tables welcomes guests and anything served in a bottle or stemmed glassware. No matter where you sit, you will encounter a variety of fine wines, gourmet sandwiches, and a friendly staff.
97% of 152 customers recommend
“nice place good service food good value good”
“Good food, good people, good wine!”
“I cashed in my groupon to celebrate my birthday. i was kinda bummed that the downstairs was occupied for a private party/wine tasting. if i'd known, i would have...”
“I cashed in my groupon to celebrate my birthday. i was kinda bummed that the downstairs was occupied for a private party/wine tasting. if i'd known, i would have scheduled my little party for a different night. we had a fabulous wine, great cheese plate. also, being outside this time of year would be fab, but the cigar smoke from the next door venue makes that idea unpalatable. i have enjoyed the food and drink a couple times and will hopefully do so again. its worth the drive.”