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The Coast Wine House reopens with focus on outdoor dining

The Coast Wine House reopens with focus on outdoor dining

Nicholas Youngblood

The Coast Wine House reopens with a twist

Life’s a picnic—and a bougie one at that.

The Coast Wine House reopened today with a new theme to match their creative take on socially distant dining: picnics in the park. The Dublin bar and bottle shop will allow patrons to BYOB (bring your own blanket) and spread it out on the lawn to enjoy classic picnic cuisine, summer cocktails, or a bottle of vino.

Owner Dustin Snow thinks a good picnic is exactly what people need right now to ease their anxious minds.

“It’s really just those shared moments with your friends and family. The wine and food are central to that,” Snow said. “And we can only help create the moment for you, but our guests are the ones who are doing it for themselves.” 


Some of the new offerings on the menu include cheese and charcuterie boards, prosciutto and melon, and summer cocktails. Spiked Arnold Palmers and limeades compliment the summer vibes. For those who seek a picnic off the beaten path, all wine, cocktails, and food can be taken to go.

The reopening comes after a six week hiatus due to concerns with the spike in COVID-19 cases in Franklin County, said Snow. With infections beginning to slow and extra precautions in place, he feels confident that they are ready to reopen safely. The lawn and more traditional patio space combine to allow Coast Wine House to seat 32 guests without packing any diners indoors.

“Our mission is to kind of liberate everyone from the stresses of everyday life. We try to think of ourselves as more than just a wine bar,” said Snow.
The Coast Wine House will be open from noon to 10 p.m. each Thursday through Saturday.

More information on COVID-19 precautions and to make reservations click here.


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