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Stoney’s Wine Lounge Opens in East Dallas

Score another win for East Dallas. This just in from Diane Savage of Stoney’s Wine Shop:

We are offering wine by the glass and by the bottle, cheese, charcuterie, and antipasto in a warm, contemporary, comfortable ambiance. Our new décor enhances the dynamic architectural elements of this historic wine venue (which began as Grailey’s by Lee Jaynes) The high wood ceiling, arches for cozy gatherings, wrought iron on the windows and door made by Dallas artist, Bert Scherbarth. We’ll host live jazz, regular tastings, special wine events with winemakers, private gatherings, and more. We will still operate as a full retail wine store for those customers who need a great bottle of wine to go, and, as before, offer temperature-controlled wine storage lockers.

Anybody remember Stoney’s when it was in that tiny rock house by AAC?

  • Milk&Cookies

    Good luck Stoney!
    He has a wonderful jazz band, and his
    wife is a terrific singer (in French too)!
    Sounds like fun.

  • Mark G.

    Way to go Stoney and Diane! These are two of the nicest and most gracious people I’ve ever met. I had the pleasure of working with them on Jazz night at another popular Lower Greenville spot and we had a blast. We also worked together on some of the most unique and very popular wine tour/dinner concepts. These guys know their wine and customer service. And yes, Diane is an awesome singer. I wish you great success in your new endever.