“We feel that the Charlottesville market embraces the craft beer community and fits in well with our core demographic.” Founder Dennis Barbaro said. “Our concept continues to evolve and define the polished casual craft beer taphouse niche, our food and beverage offerings and warm upper scale environment appeals equally to both men and women, including the non-beer drinkers. We have a fantastic wine list and offer hand crafted martinis. Our high quality food offerings are very well received and we are delighted to have recently added Chef Jordan Cregger to our food/beverage department.”
Sedona Taphouse recently won ‘Best of Virginia’, as voted by readers of Virginia Living magazine.
“We are also involved with expanding our Midlothian, VA store to better serve our guests and reduce waiting times,” Barbaro explains.
Other projects in the works include Florida, New York and New Jersey.
Barbaro stated that the company will offer licensing agreements to qualified individuals beginning in December.
Barbaro goes on, “We are delighted at the success of our company and how well it has been received and resonates with our guest. We are equally delighted that we are able to create jobs in this challenging economy.”
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