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Posted on: August 4, 2017

Piccola Cellars Closes; Wildflower Wine Shop Announces Plans to Move Into Old Fire Station

Piccola Cellars closed its doors on Sunday, July 30th after 3 years in business at the old North Bend fire station. Community members came in a show of support on their final day of business.

The building will not be vacant, however. JazzClubsNW will continue to host music performances in the location every Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.

Wildflower Wine Shop announced plans to move from their current location to the building vacated by Piccola at 112 W. 2nd St. They will partner with JazzClubsNW to create a complete experience of gourmet food, wine and music.

“This is a natural extension of our founding vision to be a part of a growing lifestyle and culture in the Snoqualmie Valley,” Kimberlea Miller, one of the owners of Wildflower, said. “We firmly believe in contributing to the art and culture of the valley. Wildflower regularly features musical artists recommended by JazzClubsNW, and we have become a regular venue for both the Blues Walk and the Jazz Walk.”

The food menu will feature small plates such as organic salads, charcuteries, wraps, soups and traditional Greek food. Wildflower is committed to serving fresh, organic, local produce and grass-fed meats. As the business grows, Wildflower will expand the menu to include larger plates and more options.

“We remain committed to supporting local farmers and providing the refreshing, clean and healthy food that has made us unique in this Valley,” said Miller.

Wildflower has begun the permitting process, which is expected to take approximately 90 days. They will remain open in their current location at 228 W. North Bend Way in North Bend until the move.
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