It is with a heavy heart that Rob and I need to tell you, our amazing guests, that we are closing the doors of Nectar. We had a vision of a beautiful place where people could come and enjoy a great wine, beautiful food and great conversation in a relaxed environment. Our intention was to make you feel as though you are in our home. I feel we accomplished that. Our staff and our regulars, A.K.A Nectar family, are just that, Family. We so appreciate the love, friendship and embracement of our community. Our doors will remain open until April 28th and we are hoping to see each, and every last one of you, prior to our closure.
Forever in our hearts, Cheers, Salud, Prost, Love to you and that you for a great 2 years.
Rob and Rachel
@nectarwinebar announces today the closure of their one of a kind wine bar. Nectar was known for their posh, cozy seats, charming environment, and even board games to make you feel right at home. From w-i-n-e-o bingo, delicious wine flights and of course cuisine not found elsewhere, Rachel & Rob always had a smile as they greeted every guest with a genuine and true warm welcome. Thank you both for the wonderful memories and true culture you brought to San Antonio both for visitors and locals for a solid 2 years. Nectar Wine Bar and Ale House will always have a place in our hearts. Nectar will remain open till April 28th. Cheers🍷 #Wine #Cozy #Culture #Foodie #Local #Business #SanAntonio #Texas #Socializesanantonio
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