Monday, June 17, 2013

Saint House Rum Bar Has an Opening Date

Posted By on Mon, Jun 17, 2013 at 2:08 PM

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Not too many details about the new venture from Travis Reese and Nicole Flowers, other than the basics reported by Jim Nintzel in his story about the rise of downtown dining from May...

Saint House, which is scheduled to open in August, will feature food from across the Caribbean and anywhere else rum is produced. Reese and Flowers started out with the idea of Cuban food, but then thought they should expand their palate.

"Cuban food by itself is a little bit limiting, but there's diverse cuisine all throughout the Caribbean," Reese says. "You have French influences and African influences and Spanish influences."

...but we now know that it's opening August 15th, that there's a Facebook page, and that Karl Goranowski, who should get a lot of the credit for the drinks at 47 Scott and Scott and Co., will be moving over to be the beverage manager. So, more than we knew yesterday, right? We'll be surely bugging Reese and Flowers for more info, which we'll share as we get it.

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