The Cultured & The Cured, a the cute cheese and cured meats shop in East Sac, got its liquor late last week, it announced on Twitter.
I stopped by on Sunday to see what they were doing with their new license.
Initially, the plan is to serve California wines and beer. The emphasis will be selling alcohol to be consumed on the premises, although they may have a small selection of wine for sale if you're looking to buy some vino to go with the bread and cheese you got to go.
While thier tap wasn't installed yet on Sunday, it should be installed mid-week. They plan to start by serving beer from North Coast Brewery.
Unfortunatly, you'll only be able to partake in alcohol inside the limited seating their store offers and not yet on the patio. One of the reasons is that the government requires that outdoor drinking be done in an enclosed space, and there's no fence surrouding their modest patio yet.
But even without outdoor drinking, it's a good addition to an already awesome little neighborhood store. I only wish they'd open one closer to where I live.
The Cultured & The Cured is located at 3644 J Street and can be found online at http://culturedandcured.com/.
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