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MicroAUSTIN Features: House Wine
Local music, Merlot and merriment
By Cali Bock
(Austin, TX)- “It was all really just an organic progression of events…without a whole lot of planning or scheming on our part,” said co owner Jay Sims, referring to his Austin bar, gallery & local lounge, House Wine.
The cowboy barista leaned easily over the libation counter as he wound through the house’s backstory, from its original ‘dump’ status on through the space’s transformation into the alluring, luxe lounge that tinkles sweet bluegrass licks down an obscure Austin backstreet today.
Sims didn’t always feel so easy about the adventure.
When House Wine opened its doors & charming patio-complete with aesthetic, neon lawn lights- the economy was bad, and the bar was obviously waving for attention in a city stocked with alcoholic, al fresco options. What others are around there?
More than three years ago his partner Kerry White approached the then-Luckenbach-bartender at work one night, and the two hashed out the concept as they sipped and chose between the legendary dance hall’s three wine choices.
Today Co owner White’s powerful interior design emanates a sense of comfort throughout the house and grounds.
“The place went from a pretty much dump to this cool little place because of Kerry White,” said Sims. “This is all her doing.”
Soon enough, everyone sank into the reclined atmosphere and those green seat cushions. As I spanned the crowd, customers unwound as loafers and stilettos dangled idly off of unattended toes and feet.
Constant warm laughter swelled throughout the space as local artisan cheese plates mozzarella balls & wine bottles exchanged grasps. The majority of patrons left work at the garden gate. Others at least had their obligations with a glass of sparkling wine or a robust beer.
“We want this to be a positive place for the community,” said Nick Buxton, White’s son, House Wine barista, artist. “We like to open up for the city, like hosting charity events and fundraisers.”
Whether it’s the design, the wine, the way this trio feels about Austin or a combo of all three House Wine radiates local love, and so they receive.
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