The Stone House – Wine, Cheese and Conversation

September 4th, 2010 by Sam Feldman

Jeff and I spent “date night” this past week at the opening of a charming new wine bar called The Stone House. The Stone House is located in a handsome 1800s stone building on the edge of historic downtown Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Refurbished by local artisans to a new glory, this welcoming wine bar is the perfect place to spend some down time. The original stone walls, both inside and out in the spacious courtyard, and the rustic interior so lovingly restored lend to an atmosphere that is unmatched. Our photos are a poor representation of the real thing, you simply must see this for yourself.

The Stone House features unique wines meticulously crafted by small vintners with a passion for the grape. They are  continually seeking undiscovered gems in the world of wine and the menu will change often as they unearth these new treasures.

Their select beers feature brews possessing old world qualities and traits. Reflecting the unique tastes and quirks of their production locale, these beers are an exciting mix of full, bold, refreshing, dark, fruity, yeasty, spicy – you name it. Some familiar favorites appear, as well.

Nibble on a variety of imported cheeses and treats and listen to cool jazz from their custom speakers. Relax at the gorgeous wooden bar and simply enjoy the beautiful details in this one-of-a-kind (just like the rest of Eureka Springs) hangout.

And with most of the best things in Eureka, The Stone House Wine Bar is within easy walking distance from the Bridgeford House Bed & Breakfast. What can we say – we really have a good location!

So come and bring your best wine taste buds.

Warmest regards,

Jeff and Nadara (Sam) Feldman – and Sophie, too!

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