Google gives it 4.8 so you can choose this place to have a good time here. Upon their return to Columbia, they again began working for The Wine Cellar & Bistro when the Cyrs, ready to move on to other projects, approached them about purchasing the restaurant. “It was the ‘right time, right place’ type of scenario,” Dan says. Ali and Dan Bauer share their love story and the evolution of the Cherry Street Cellar. We tried the Goat Cheese Croquettes happy hour appetizer, the Steak Frites entree and the Crab Cake entree!

I highly recommend trying out this restaurant for a fun dining experience in downtown Columbia. This restaurant has been sold to new owners, and the result is as delicious as the last. I think that this is a step in fine dining. We ate there last night and I had branzino that was absolutely delicious and it just melted in…

Enjoy a beautiful indoor dining experience or join us on the patio. Our staff can help you navigate this multitude of choices based on your taste preferences, the occasion, or finding something similar to a wine you’ve enjoyed before or one that’s on the cutting edge. Whether it’s a once-in-a-lifetime event like a wedding, or simply grilling outdoors with family and friends, Macadoodles has the wine to meet every taste and occasion. Our strong relationships with distributors supplying our wines allows us to offer many varietals that you’d otherwise only find in 4-star restaurants. With new wines arriving on a daily basis, your options for entertaining are limited only by your imagination. Level of dining experience which hasn’t been seen in Columbia to date.

I certainly hope that the city sustains this new gem of a place. Everything from small plates to main courses is a unique, original creations. Fresh fish, Beef, Pork, Duck were all present when we dined there. But the menu is seasonal so expect variety and choice. Everything is prepared for you from scratch so expect fine dining pacing between courses. Some standouts from menus i have tried – Duck leg, Fried chicken sliders, Branzino fish, Smoked trout small plate, Bone marrow (!!), corn creme with shrimp soup.

Patio seating is available, weather permitting. Private room seating for 20 guests are available by reservation. Owner and executive chef Craig Cyr presents a menu bursting with knucklehead’s brew house dishes rustic and exotic, clever and comforting. (Yuzu, anyone?) Sommelier Sarah Cyr (Craig’s wife and co-owner) curates a wine list as notable for its values as for its breadth.

Chef and owner, Craig Cyr, focuses on local, organic ingredients with a classic French flair. Stop by the Wine Cellar & Bistro today, at 505 Cherry St. We hope that you continue to enjoy our free content.