Martin Wine Cellar To Re-Open On Baronne Street

NEW ORLEANS – Local foodies and oenophiles are counting down the hours as to when the new Martin Wine Cellar will open their doors at their flagship location on 3827 Baronne St., just in time to celebrate the holiday season.

         A Martin insider said the grand opening should take place sometime this week.

         The new, one-story, 14,000 square foot store will feature a premier selection of fine wines, spirits, beers, cheeses, gourmet foods, and related merchandise. The 120 plus seat Bistro/ Deli will be open for lunch, happy hour, dinner and Sunday brunch and offer daily chef specials including over stuffed sandwiches, salads, entrees and catering for the Uptown area.

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         Two separate parking lots will accommodate 60 vehicles.

         The new building was designed by Waggonner & Ball Architects and was constructed by F.H. Myers Construction.

         “I am very excited to rebuild our store where it all began in 1946,” Cedric Martin, President of Martin Wine Cellar, said. “Martin’s on Baronne will be bigger and better than it was before, but still have the same friendly staff and large selection. We look forward to greeting all of our customers and thank them for their patience and loyalty.”

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         A family owned and operated local retail business founded by David Young Martin, Jr., in 1946, Martin Wine Cellar now has locations in New Orleans, Metairie, Mandeville and Baton Rouge.

         “I am looking forward to welcoming our extraordinary loyal customers to our new Baronne Street store,” David Gladden, CEO of Martin Wine Cellar, said. “We will have the finest products, a knowledgeable and friendly staff, delicious foods and we’ll have plenty of parking. Come in for lunch and, just like the old days, I’m certain you’ll run into many of your friends.”

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