City Winery Boston is saddened to announce that, due to further construction delays, we have been forced to move our opening to November. We are so disappointed to have to do this again, and wish to thoroughly apologize for the inconvenience this is causing our customers, performers, and staff.
We are in the process of rescheduling and moving affected events to other venues in the area or to a later date at City Winery. We will be notifying ticketholders of the status of individual shows via email as soon as possible and will present you with your options at that time.
Again, we sincerely apologize for the inconvenience of this delay and greatly appreciate your continued patience. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact email@example.com or call (617) 933-8047 and our Concierge team in Nashville will assist you.
We are very much looking forward to being open later this fall to bring you the best possible City Winery experience – we promise it will be worth the wait!
As the Boston music scene focuses its attention on Friday’s arrival of Cambridge rock club Sonia, another new stage in town is not far off from its own grand opening.
City Winery, the combination music venue, restaurant, and wine bar that already has successful operations in New York, Chicago, Nashville, and elsewhere, is eyeing a summertime opening for its space at One Canal Street in the Bulfinch Triangle Historic District just outside North Station. A rep for City Winery tells Vanyaland there is no set opening date, but the venue should be operational “later in the summer — July, maybe even August.”
Last week, Universal Hub reported the Boston Licensing Board approved City Winery’s liquor license, which it bought from the closed Mass Ave Tavern at 94 Massachusetts Ave. in the Back Bay. Universal Hub has some interesting details about Boston’s City Winery: “The wine bar will actually have two dining rooms — a 300-seat area that will require reservations for watching the night’s performer and a 280-seat room where anybody can show up to eat, just not to see the show.”
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On June 4th City Winery founder and CEO Michael Dorf was featured on MSNBC‘s Your Business. He discusses the origins of his unique business model, how the company was forced to adapt in the midst of an economic crisis, and his bright vision for the future. Watch the full segment below!
June 4, 2017: This $50 million dining business started as an urban winery with innovations like wine on tap. Now City Winery has a state of the art live music venue and hosts private events. Founder, Michael Dorf balanced multiple revenue streams and duplicated his business in five cities.