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Collingswood Restaurants to Start Serving Wine

Tortilla Press and Bistro Di Marino will begin serving full and half bottles of wine with their meals under a state winery program instituted two years ago.

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Two Collingswood restaurants will begin serving wine this week, the Courier Post reports.

Tortilla Press and Bistro Di Marino will begin serving full and half bottles of wine with their meals under a state winery program instituted two years ago designed to garner interest in New Jersey's wine industry, according to the report.

The restaurants are partnering with Sharrot Winery out of Winslow Township. Diners will have a select list of wines to choose from. Patrons will still be permitted to bring their own bottles.

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Maryann Campling May 03, 2014 at 07:28 AM
The beginning of the end of reasonably priced dining in Collingswood. I bet Haddonfield is next. Question....I guess you can no longer bring your own libation to these restaurants.
ab May 03, 2014 at 08:02 AM
It did say in the last sentence of the article that you can bring your own.

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