La Cave Du Vin Turns 20

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We can recall having some pretty good times at La Cave Du Vin (and probably a few others that we can't quite recall), and we bet you've had your fair share too. Since opening in 1995, the Cave has become a Cleveland Heights mainstay, sating both beer and wine lovers alike in the cool, eclectic underbelly of Coventry Village's southern-most strip.

This week, the Cave's original owner and creator Ken Bement returns to his old stomping grounds to mark the wine bar's 20 anniversary. Beginning at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 22, thirsty locals can stop by 2785 Euclid Heights Blvd. to take advantage of a vintage wine list, craft beer specials, and even single malt scotch circa 1995.



Not too many other details have been revealed, but it's sure to be a banging good time. Visit the event Facebook page for updates before Saturday.

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