The highly anticipated opening of Cork, in Stowe, has happened! Danielle Nichols who recently purchased the Blue Moon Cafe building, in Stowe village, has been scrambling to get ready, before the fall foliage rush. Since Cork in Waterbury has met with such success over the years, it seemed natural to expand to a second location. Cork will enhance vibrancy in Stowe village with the opportunity for people to meet, taste and sip wine, and dine on small plates of delectible food offerings. The goal is to make the experience approachable and friendly to everyone. Bringing people together in a thriving community setting is part of Danielle's vision.
Danielle says that it is "an incredible honor to own a piece of Stowe history". The building was constructed in 1871, and is part of a collection of unique and historical buildings in the heart of Stowe village. A lot of investment has been made, and work taken place to get up and running, so a Kickstarter campaign has begun for those who would like opportunities to invest in what is presumed to be a highly popular business, just as Cork in Waterbury has been, over the years. The Smith Macdonald Group helped Danielle with this successful commercial real estate transation.
Many have asked, if beer will part of the offerings. The answer is yes, including such iconic favorites as Heady Topper by the Alchemist.