Aquarelle chefs will also be preparing a special summer “street food” menu to pair with the wines. Each glass of wine is $5, and each menu item is $5 as well.
Rumbullion will provide live French jazz under the trees.
What’s weird about The WineRack isn’t that it exists as a product, but that it is marketed as an alcoholic beverage container, rather than, say, a convenient CamelBak replacement that would hold water. I don’t know a whole lot of active ladies that really need that swig of wine when they’re running around in a sports bra.
OK, well I know a few.