Cru Cellars is opening a new location in Tampa's Westshore Marina District

It'll feature a lunch menu as well as signature charcuterie boards and globally sourced bottles.

click to enlarge Cru Cellars is opening a new location in Tampa's Westshore Marina District

The Westshore Marina District is coming together and locking in some heavy hitters for the upcoming launch in 2020. 

The latest announced addition? Cru Cellars.  

Tampa Bay Business Journal linked up with the vice president of retail development with BTI Partners, Britney Mroczkowski, who is heading up the project, to discuss Cru Cellars, which recently signed a lease for a 2,400-square-foot space in the forthcoming district.  

“We expect Cru Cellars to quickly become a neighborhood hotspot and complement the growing South Tampa residential area,” said Mroczkowski. 

According to TBBJ, Cru will also be offering up a lunch menu, as well as a coffee menu and pastries. The wine bar and restaurant will be serving up their signature charcuterie boards and have bottles at the ready to be a one-stop shop to eat, drink and stock up on globally-sourced vino for the soon-to-be residents and visitors of the Westshore Marina District. 

Cru will be moving in with two California-based coffee and juice joints, DRNK and Qwench

Until then, you can slide to either location of Cru Cellars, one stationed at 2506 S. MacDill Ave. in Tampa, and the other within Armature Works at 1910 Ola Ave. 

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