WESTON, Wis. (WSAW) -- Owners of Tine and Cellar—a new restaurant in Weston, announced on Facebook their grand opening is Jan. 18. A soft opening was held Thursday.
Michael Masgay, the owner of Tine and Cellar, told NewsChannel 7 the restaurant will have “rustic-European fare”.
"This has been a long time coming, we've been working on this for well over a year. Really excited to finally be across the finish line. Our start date got delayed a few times so can't believe it's finally happening," said Masgay.
This isn't the first restaurant he's opened, but it is the first in the Weston area.
"It reminds me a lot demographically of the Plover area. Similar household incomes, similar population, both right next to a slightly larger population area. So to me, it just made sense," said Masgay. "There's nothing that I'm not proud of. I would say everything we do here, I really stand behind."
One area that servers may need some practice with is the draft beer wall.
"Cocktails seem to be coming together the way we wanted, navigating through that monster tap beer system we have so that's going to be a little bit confusing for the staff for a while, but it's a lot of fun to kind of get our bearings and get our systems in place," he said.
There are 101 draft beers, craft cocktails and a full wine cellar. With that many beer options, it may seem daunting. But Masgay said they're eager to help.
"One beer to recommend, your favorite beer! We never recommend our favorite beer, we'll find your favorite beer and that's something we really love doing," said Masgay.
Evolutions in Design is helping with the decor and accents of the restaurant's interior.
Tine & Cellar will be open seven days a week for lunch, dinner and late night, as well as Sunday brunch.
It’s located at 3806 Schofield Avenue in the Weston Marketplace.