The Downtown & Vine wine bar, closed briefly this year, reopened last Monday at 1200 K St. in Sacramento.
The reopening announcement touted an “exciting makeover” that included “a new wholly dedicated event space available for a variety of private events, parties and classes.”
Various wines also are offered, including labels produced locally and throughout the region.
Hours are 2 to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday. Private event bookings on Saturdays and Sundays also are available.
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