|Italian wines (and a few beers too) start flowing at Terzo this Wednesday|
We lamented the closing of Pierre's Bistro
last fall, but as soon as we found out who the new tenant would be, our disappointment quickly turned to excitement. The Broder family, as in Broders' Pasta Bar and Broders' Cucina Italiana, revealed that they were planning a new wine bar for the space called Terzo, Italian for third. Because it's their third restaurant, you see.
Anyway, after many months of planning, selecting wine, and designing a new menu, Molly Broder told the Star Tribune's Rick Nelson
that wine bar will officially open for business this Wednesday at 5:00 p.m.
Terzo will be open every night of the week except Tuesdays and will feature close to 50 wines by the glass, all Italian, and ten taps with a rotating selection of local and imported beers. There's seating inside for about 50 guests, and no word yet on whether sidewalk seating will be added. If you really want to dine al fresco, you can cross the street and have dinner on Broders' Pasta Bar patio.
As far as eats, the Broders brothers have put together a menu of antipasti meant to share as small bites to go along with the vino, or to combine to make a heartier meal.