After an overwhelming nine weeks of trading, Wynnum’s first wine bar, Cedar & Pine made a very bold decision to close its doors for a week in order to rejuvenate and adjust to the demand for the establishment.
Owner Mali Hannun was reluctant to close the doors because she knew how long people had waited for the wine bar to open. However, during her time off, Mali, a Wynnum local for 15 years and school teacher in the Wynnum community, has listened to community feedback about how to make Cedar & Pine even better.
When she reopens this Friday a new chef, new menu, an outdoor children’s area, cocktails and spirits will be part of the new look Cedar & Pine, and there are plenty more surprises in store for those who have embraced the establishment, as well as for those who are yet to try one of Wynnum’s coolest places to be.
Mali and her team reopen this Friday. Jump on their Facebook page for more details.
Image credit: Cedar & Pine – photo taken at Whistler Winery in South Australia’s Barossa Valley. Cedar & Pine stock a range of their wines.[posts_carousel cats=””]