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Cork Wine Bar

423 S. Florissant Road Ferguson, MO 63135 | Ferguson | 314-521-9463

Location Description:

An attractive sliver of a space in downtown Ferguson, Cork Wine Bar offers a wide selection of the most popular varietals as well as a seasonal menu of "plates." These dishes can be shared, but many are proportioned close to entrée size. The sliders are quite good, and the flatbread pizzas feature a light, flavorful herb-speckled crust and sensible arrangements of ingredients.


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Details

  • Cuisine(s): Contemporary, Small Plates, Tapas, Wine Bar
  • Price: $$, $$$
  • Serving: Dinner
  • Alcohol: Full bar
  • Reservations: Not Accepted
  • Parking: Free, Lot Available
  • Payment Types: All Major Credit Cards, cash, ATM/Debit
  • Attire: Casual
  • Features: Business Dining, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Vegetarian Friendly, Wheelchair Accessible

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