Craft & Vine Brings 72 Taps, Award-Winning Charcuterie to Roanoke
Sep 14, 2017 08:01AM
● By Audrey Sellers
The culinary scene is heating up in Roanoke as Craft & Vine Taproom and Eatery prepares to open later this month. With a “farm to fork” philosophy that combines continental fusion with a staggering array of locally and nationally brewed craft beers and wines on tap, the entire county is licking its lips at the prospects of dining on Oak Street’s hottest dining property.
“Craft & Vine is all about that good old-fashioned hospitality where everyone is a guest. And like all good hosts, we only want to serve the best, which is why we have traveled across the Lone Star state to source the best ingredients for our dishes,” said Tim Nystrom, owner of Craft & Vine Taproom and Eatery, via press release. “At the same time, we want to offer a relaxing experience where guests are free to try everything in ‘tasting’ quantities. With a full menu and 72 taps of local beer, wine, and more, we’re bringing the best of Texas right here to the community of Roanoke.”
The eatery’s executive chef, native Texan Bill Trevino, is a graduate of the School of Culinary Arts. Trevino enthusiastically espouses the “farm to fork” philosophy, and its influences can be seen throughout the Craft & Vine menu, which showcases simple food prepared with ultra-fresh local ingredients and the care of a world-class chef.
Craft & Vine’s focus on farm-fresh food prepared with a master chef’s attention to detail is already creating a stir across Tarrant County and nearby Dallas, and the owner makes no secrets of his ambition to make his gastropub a premier eatery in the area.
As the finishing touches are put to the menu and restaurant, local residents are already abuzz about the area’s newest upscale, yet casual dining experience. With signature offerings such as Nashville “Hot” Red Snapper served with a buttermilk biscuit and house pickle chips, many are already eagerly banging their forks on the table impatiently.
Get a sneak peek at CraftAndVine.restaurant, and stay tuned to Southlake Style for our Local Flavor review!