Vino reopens with limited seating patio dining and new safety measures

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Vino reopens to guests for patio dining beginning Monday, May 11 at 4 p.m. In compliance with CDC guidelines, the restaurant will be open at half capacity and guests will be situated at tables six feet apart.

Vino reopens with patio dining

Vino reopens

“We’re thrilled to be welcoming guests back for patio dining,”  “The safety of our guests and staff is our top priority, so we’ve implemented a hands-free and server-free process, and will be maintaining all CDC social distancing guidelines.”

– Vino Owner Al Rabiee.

In addition to the limited seating dining, all cups, plates, silverware and menus will be disposable to maintain a hands-free, server-free process. Upon arriving at Vino’s patio, guests can visit the curbside check-in table to receive a table number and once seated, place an order via phone at 205-870-8404.

Vino has created a simplified version of its menu to accommodate its half capacity dining. The menu includes Vino favorites such as the Bang Bang Cauliflower appetizer, Capellini Vino Pasta and Apple Fritters for dessert. The simplified menu can be found below:

vino reopens

In addition to patio dining, the simplified menu is also available for curbside pickup. Reservations are encouraged as seating is limited. Guests can call 205-870-8404 to make a reservation or do so on the website at Vino is located at 1930 Cahaba Road.

About Vino

Located at 1930 Cahaba Road in Mountain Brook, Ala., Vino sets an ambiance of a trendy and arty space where people can come and enjoy delicious food and wines. The overall genre of food served at Vino is an Italian-Mediterranean fusion with the usual proteins of chicken, fish and beef. Vino offers small-plate appetizers, salads, entrees and delectable desserts including Vino’s famous apple fritters. The menu also includes a full bar with an emphasis on wine. Vino is open Monday through Saturday from 4 to 10 p.m.

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