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The CBD Is Getting a New Wine Pub With 30 Wines on Tap and a Patio

Copper Vine will open at the end of the summer

Duck and goat cheese flatbread at Copper Vine
Sara Essex Bradley

Copper Vine, a new wine pub aimed at “democratizing” wine, will bring 30 wine taps to Poydras Street by the end of the summer in the location that once housed historic Maylie’s restaurant.

Michael Brewer, former chef and owner at Sammich on Maple Street, will helm the kitchen with wine-friendly dishes like Murder Point oysters with pineapple-mint gelée and Cajun caviar; duck confit flatbread with bacon jam and goat cheese; and short ribs with parmesan flan.

The 5,500-square foot indoor and outdoor space will have a bar, dining area, courtyard, and balcony. Owner Kyle Brechtel (also of Fulton Alley) says that this will be the “only outdoor patio seating on Poydras.”

Copper Vine will open by the end of the summer.

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Copper Vine Winepub

1001 Poydras Street, , LA 70112 (504) 208-9535 Visit Website

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