Take it away Dave…
Scusi, Birdhouse and Chuck E. Cheese.
Organic like ours are Kevin?
I can understand why you are so grumpy. What with the twit you folks chose as your candidate, can’t be easy.
I thought the Gruner from a keg was very tasty…
I am curious what a glass of wine out of a keg costs? I would hope less than out of a bottle.
Glas, why would you hope that? Perception? The costs associated with producing organic and sustainable wines should be less? Have you shopped in the organic section of the supermarket? Doing the right thing isn’t cheaper.
Having said that, Heidi and I always run our business in a way that we are able to pass extraordinary value on to our guests. I despise the elitism associated with much of fine dining-it’s a bore. We don’t charge what other four star places charge because we want more people to be able to afford it.
The wine costs 7, 8, 8, and 10 respectively, btg. And 4 dollars at happy hour. 3-5, and 10-cl.
Beer in a can, wine with screw tops, kegs of wine… these are all superior formats but tradition and bad education is still fighting against these truths.
I am the biggest supporter of screw caps in the Twin Cities wine scene so I am not knocking the concept but I know your cost will be less on just like a keg of beer will be less than buying bottles. $7 to $10 for a good glass of wine is not a bad price for dining out. As we both know corporate is charging that price for mass produced garbage.
Obviously wine out of a keg and screw tops are superior means of serving wine. That doesn’t mean that everyone else knows that. Especially when the price doesn’t drop. Time will tell though and hopefully soon everyone will know!
Still hoping that Shef leads the way by closing the loop on ‘local, sustainable’ by supporting local wineries & the fantastic U of M- developed cold climate grapes! Come out for a tasting Shef & you’ll see!
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