While on an afternoon fall color tour we stopped in Frankfort for a late afternoon glass of wine and a bite to eat. We had read that Frankfort had a new wine bar (it opened in June 2013) so we sought it out and stopped in. The decor is very modern (some might call it a bit stark) but with the pleasant music in the background we found it relaxing. The front part of the restaurant is the bar area, which also features seats looking directly out on the street -- a fun place to people watch. In the middle is a "lounge", a bit more intimate spot to sit and sip, and the rear is the main dining area. There is a very nice wine selection, both by the glass and the bottle. We thought the prices were not out of line for nicer wines (my wife had a northern Michigan quality Riesling, I tried a French chardonnay). We split an order of the mozzarella and tomato flatbread, and it was very good. Bear in mind that Frankfort is a very small town with limited dining options. We found Cru Cellars to be a very nice addition, and we will stop in again when we are in the area.
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