About UsLocated in the heart of Historic Roscoe Village in Coshocton Ohio, Uncorked Wine Bar & Restaurant is the place to be. Featuring over 200 bottles of wines, great import and domestic beers, a full service bar, gourmet hot and cold coffees, and the best entertainment in the area. Our food menu is available from 11am to close, six days a week, closed on Monday, so keep us in mind if you want a great sandwich, cheese plate, or one of our delicious pizzas. We also have free Wi-Fi for your convenience.
The words "Comfortable" "Cozy" and "Inviting" are just a few of the words our customers use to explain how it feels when you walk in the door. Make yourself at home at our beautiful bar, at one of our many tables, or if you prefer a more relaxed setting, have a seat in our lounge area and put your feet up.....after all, you will definitely feel at home....and that's exactly how we want you to feel.
One of the best perks at Uncorked is our wine is available by the glass or bottle....but our customers do not pay Restaurant prices for bottled wine here....you pay only retail prices with a very small corkage fee. And Tuesdays at Uncorked are "NCFT" (No Corkage Fee Tuesdays) so it's retail prices for all....period.
Relax on either of our two patio areas, and enjoy the beautiful scenery of our 1800's Canal Era town. You will wonder what took you so long to get there.
We had a vision to create a relaxed, enjoyable experience and we made it happen. If you have a passion for wine and you love jazz, blues, and classic rock then Uncorked is the place for you. Call us for info at 740-622-3000 or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are Located in Roscoe Village Center at (365 North Whitewoman St. Coshocton Ohio 43812.)
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Wine Quote of the week
When it comes to wine, I tell people to throw away the vintage charts and invest in a corkscrew. The best way to learn about wine is the drinking. --- Alexis Lichineeek:
Wine Fact of the week:
The Famous Chateau Petrus in Pomerol makes the worlds most expensive Merlot, which sells up to $2500 or more.