This cider and wine tasting house is located in the architecturally picturesque Arsenal district of Pittsburgh. On street parking was not a problem. There was handicapped access by a side door.They are working toward permits for sidewalk tables but at this time the exterior is so nondescript that it almost like visiting a speakeasy in the days of prohibition. The proprietress and staff are cheerful and engaging and up on their history of the area. The cider I sampled was a novelty to me but a pleasant change . I bought a one liter growler which they filled with sparkling hard cider for about twenty dollars. I took it home for consumption but I could have had some at the tables of their indoor tasting room. I look forward to visiting again.
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