District Wine serves a sense of community by the glass
2010-05-20 · By Editor
Earlier this month, District Wine welcomed the community with an invitation to stop by and experience their new interactive, relaxing wine bar.
Located in the East Village, District wine is a full service wine retail shop; tasting room and wine lounge specializing in small production wines from boutique wineries along with rare imported beers as well as the ever popular “Fireman’s Brew” whereby a portion of every bottle sold is donated to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation.
As long time residents of the area, owners Angela Mesna and Mark Dunton hope to embrace and enhance the sense of community within the east village arts district and become “the place to be” for locals and visitors alike. The duo says they want to create a warm space that will foster the sense of community that already thrives in this distinct neighborhood. To this end, they are have designed a multi-functional space where people can meet and mingle.
Mark and Angela “want people to feel like they are being welcomed into their home, not just another wine bar.”
Angela and Mark have a deep appreciation for the diversity, eclectic and unique nature of this ever growing beach city. They hope district wine will flourish within the community and work to augment the growth that is seen throughout this area.
Stop by District Wine and ask for their “house” mug or their outrageous “hot bar nuts.” The wine bar also serves small plate appetizers and small gourmet flatbreads.
District Wine is located at 144 Linden Avenue, the Lafayette Building, in Long Beach. For further details email email@example.com.