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Downtown Wine Bar Red Room Lounge Is Now Closed

The space will be used for the owner's wine business expansion

Red Room Lounge
Red Room Lounge
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Red Room Lounge, the intimate downtown wine bar, is now closed. Founder Alex Andrawes will use the space to expand his customizable wine bottle gift business, Personal Wine, as he explained on Facebook. “The decision needed to be made to either leave [Personal Wine’s next door office] entirely, or allow Personal Wine to naturally acquire the space occupied by the Red Room, and today is the day,” he wrote. Read the full message below.

While Red Room is officially closed as of yesterday, Tuesday, July 18, the bar is selling all of its current bottles for half-off prices until Monday, July 31. The space will continue to hold occasional events and tastings, as well as store customers’ wine collections in its private lockers.

Red Room was known for its large, global wine list, from bargain bottles to pricier ones. It opened on East 3rd Street in 2012.

Downtown won't be without a wine bar for long. Retail shop and tasting room Texas Reds and Whites, which will focus on smaller Texas wineries, will open sometime this late summer on Red River.

Dear Patrons of the Red Room Lounge, The Red Room was was founded in 2012, born in the haze of a hectic evening in the...

Posted by Red Room Lounge & Venue on Tuesday, July 18, 2017

The Red Room Lounge

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