7071 Carroll Ave
HUGE news for Takoma Park!!
From a press release:
“The Girl & The Vine, a neighborhood wine, food market and bar to offer unique food and beverages in the heart of the Takoma Park community.
Takoma Park residents announce the March opening of The Girl & The Vine, located at 7071 Carroll Avenue. The neighborhood market will feature a thoughtful selection of food and beverages including wine, beers, cocktails, coffees and teas, as well as sandwiches, salads, bread, meats and cheeses, and more.
With indoor/outdoor seating, ample parking, extensive hours seven days a week and counter service, customers can drop into the casual, bright, and inviting space to purchase:
Bottles of wine or beer from a curated selection to enjoy there or to take home. More than 120 wines and beers will accommodate all price points. Wines will lean toward biodynamic, organic, and sustainably farmed, and craft beers and ciders will also reflect care in small production.
Globally-inspired casual food offerings for sit down or take out. The modern deli counter will offer creative snacks, salads, sandwiches, and meals, as well as quality meats and cheeses.
Coffees sourced from quality-focused friends in the business.
Creative and spirited cocktails at the bar, and nonalcoholic drink alternatives.
Photo credit @jcahrow
“This will be the spot to drop by on your way home and get delicious bread, cheese, wine and takeout for the family, or hang out on a sunny Saturday afternoon with your friends. It’s a place where we would want to hang out with our friends.” said co-owner Jocelyne DeHaas, who with David Fritzler lives in Takoma Park with their two children.
“The Girl & The Vine is where you go for your everyday wine, or a unique bottle of something a bit more interesting,” said co-owner Rob Theriot. “You can grab a quick lunchtime sandwiches or decompress after work over a well-made cocktail.”
Located in the heart of Takoma Park, with more than a dozen parking spaces, The Girl & The Vine owners look forward to serving the local community.
”We have spent our careers learning to create spaces that serve our community and this feels like a dream come true,” said David Fritzler. “We love connecting with people, being creative, and eating and drinking the good stuff. It’s going to be a great place to hang out.”
Theriot, Fritzler, and DeHaas, who formed The Girl & The Vine parent company Kula Hospitality, have more than 60 years combined experience in food and beverage operations in Washington, D.C., Louisiana, and the Pacific Northwest. They were an early force behind the D.C. specialty coffee and craft cocktail scenes. Kula (meaning tribe) is setting out to improve the hospitality industry working environment with a holistic approach that promotes a better quality of life for employees and a culture of respect.
The market will debut with the full menu and market opening in mid-March, 2019.”