Bin 6 South to Launch Hosted Food, Wine and Sake Experience in Downtown St. Pete — St. Pete Rising


Imagine stepping into a custom wine cellar that’s less than 600 square feet from floor to ceiling. In the center you will find a wooden table with enough seating for six diners and six additional seats at the tasting bar.

The table will not be set until individual orders are placed, as each dish has a unique plating and service. A customer’s experience can be very different from that of the person sitting next to them. Think of an intimate and family atmosphere, with a complex culinary approach based on innovative preparation techniques.

“Reminiscent of the tasting rooms you’ll find in wineries and wine cellars in Tuscany or Napa Valley, we want guests to feel like they’re dining with their friends in our wine cellar, our family space. “, explained Chief Ankrum. . “We want them to feel comfortable and focused on enjoying amazing food and drink, not something else.”

With a robust wine and sake program intended to be paired with a range of international cuisines, Ankrum aims to highlight the versatility of fine dining by presenting a flexible a la carte menu, chef’s table experience, food pairings -wine and themed dinners, while eliminating major formatting kitchen issues through a more focused approach.


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