The new wine bar, designed by proprietor, Francie Parliament, and hand crafted by local wood artist, Steve Lewis, will amaze you. It still amazes Steve, who did not want to incorporate the beautiful antique walnut with the paint stained, bullet holed, beat up antique tin ceiling tiles from the Old Manitou Bottling Plant. Both the walnut slabs and the antiques ceiling tiles, found in different garages over the years, took on a new life to create the splendid wildfire granite covered high bar. One simple must see it to believe the perfect match. A large walnut and tin mirror frame the bar, creating a look to match the history of the building. Black and white photos from the Cascade Historical Society display the history of the era, while scattered throughout are journals for you to tell your own stories for others to discover.
High top Wine barrel tables with red leather wine bar stools create an area to relax and mingle, while additional seating next to the wine bar can be enjoyed in the Garden Room. Large artisian tin trays, hand crafted iron bottle openers, and hand turned wood wine bottle toppers entice the shopper. Hand blown flutes and wine glasses together with The Winery At Pikes Peak logo glasses are available for purchase.
In the main Dining Room, a double sided fireplace warms the room while Colorado Wine warms the heart. A large marble table holds appetizers and beverages for all occasions. The Stage, that once housed the popular Bob Young’s Dinner Theatre and Cabaret and still displays original 20‘X30’ posters, can be used for party functions, dancing and music.