Sounds cool, too bad they put it in a poor part of town that only eats in chains. Probably close in a year
By New Times
By Robrt L. Pela
By Lauren Saria and Heather Hoch
By Deborah Sussman
By Robrt L. Pela and Amy Silverman
By Kathleen Vanesian
By Eric Schaefer
By Heather Hoch
For dessert, there's a selection of chocolate truffles, but you may be hard-pressed not to simply purchase a gooey tube of delectable goat milk caramel with vanilla sea salt (made in Pomerene, Arizona) for a snack on the way home.
Wedge & Bottle looks as though it might have been ripped from the pages of a Restoration Hardware catalog: rustic metal seating, salvaged wood, chalkboard menus, and bookcase-style shelves stocked with domestic and international wines, beer, and boutique grocery items like jams, honey, pasta, olive oils, and specialty sweets. It's the kind of place many may envision when they think about quitting their day jobs and starting up a shop of their own. Which is kind of what the Dailys did nearly two years ago, Kristen quitting the commercial furniture company she worked for and Troy leaving Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Scottsdale, where, after graduating, he worked in its restaurant.
4025 E. Chandler Blvd., Ste. 44
Ahwatukee, AZ 85048
Now, the two mingle with their shop's patrons, mostly well-heeled regulars and curious newcomers who nibble on cheese and cured meat plates with glasses of wine in hand, often eyeing the shelves and deli cases for a take-home treat or two.