Wildflower Wine Shop, Jazz Clubs NW announce partnership to fill former Piccola Cellars shop with food, wine and live music

North Bend wine bar, Piccola Cellars, closed its doors on Sunday, July 30. The tasting room for the Woodinville-based winery had been open for three years, operating in the renovated North Bend fire station.

Jazz Clubs NW, which has been presenting live music four nights a week (Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday) at the wine bar will continue its performance schedule in the interim and the building will soon have a new tenant. Wildflower Wine Shop, now located on North Bend Way, has announced its plan to move into the former Piccola site, at 112 W. 2nd St. this year, and to continue the live music partnership with Jazz Clubs NW

“This is a natural extension of our founding vision to be a part of a growing lifestyle and culture in the Snoqualmie Valley,” Kimberlea Miller, co-owner of Wildflower, said. “We firmly believe in contributing to the art and culture of the Valley. Wildflower regularly features musical artists recommended by JazzClubsNW, and we have become a regular venue for both the Blues Walk and the Jazz Walk.”

Wildflower has begun the permitting process, which is expected to take approximately 90 days. The business will remain open in its current location, 228 W. North Bend Way, until the move.

Learn more at www.jazzclubsnw.org and www.wildflowerwineshop.com.

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