City Foundry Introduces City Winery to St. Louis this summer

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A winery has been added to the list of destinations on City Foundry.  - WITH REFERENCE TO THE CITY WINE / CITY WINERY

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  • A winery has been added to the list of destinations on City Foundry.

That City foundry (3730 Foundry Way) adds another national brand to its range: City Winery makes its debut in St. Louis later in the summer.

City Winery also serves as a venue for live music and a winery. Located next to the Food Hall, the venue will boast a pizza bar, coffee shop station and a “proprietary tap system with eco-friendly glasses of wine straight from stainless steel casks,” according to a press release. The new addition can handle 175 people and seats 70 people in its restaurant, with an additional 50 seats outdoors. You can also rent the space for a private event.

The winery currently has locations in New York City, New York; Boston, Massachusetts; Nashville, Tennessee; Chicago, Illinois; Washington DC; Atlanta, Georgia; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Hudson Valley, New York.

“St. Louis has always been one of my favorite cities in the country, this is where I went to college, and it’s an honor to open in the historic building of City Foundry STL,” said Michael Dorf, founder and CEO and City Winery. Press release. “We are excited to bring our unique multisensory experience to the local community and become a part of it.”

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See that slope.  - WITH REFERENCE TO THE CITY WINE / CITY WINERY

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  • See that slope.

Will Smith of New + Found, City Foundry’s parent company, says in the press release that the organization has been focused on finding partners who bring unique, curated experiences to St. The addition of City Winery gives St. Louisan’s opportunity to enjoy live music and wines made on site, Smith explains.

The winery joins two other national brands: Alamo Drafthouse Cinema and the mini golf resort Puttshack. The mini golf experience with a “nightclub atmosphere” is scheduled to open as early as July, but may be pushed back into the fall, with a similar timeline in place for the cinema.

City Winery’s opening date has not been announced, but is scheduled for late summer. Visit cityfoundrystl.com for updates.

Follow Jenna on Twitter at @skrivesjenna. Send an email to the author at jenna@riverfronttimes.com

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