Heavenly Spirits Wine Bar downtown on Church Street sold, to become restaurant


Lorrie Pande at Heavenly Spirits Wine Bar & Tea Room–the cozy, antiques-stuffed wine bar inside Treasure Keepers (the collectibles/antiques spot at 12 Church St.)–announces today on Facebook that she’s sold her bar:

Dear Honored Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen, Jesters, Musicians and the like, With smiling eyes and a lifted heart for having been the proud owner of Heavenly Spirits Wine Bar since August 8th of 2010 I am passing this lovely and most magical of spaces along to new proprietors that will turn it into a fabulous restaurant!

I remain in the business of selling fine antiques and estate collectibles and will be found online at www.treasurekeepers.net as well as www.onekingslane.com and www.1stdibs.com

Heavenly Spirits, open Tuesday and Saturday evenings only, served wine, beer, bread and cheeses along with traditional English-style tea service in the tearoom.

Treasure Keepers website

Heavenly Spirits website

More big changes for the south fringes of downtown…

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Lurphy DePalma
Larry Halstead is a tech nerd with an affinity for arts & sports. Reppin' the hard streets of South Asheville for almost 15 years. He's made this city home and has vowed to never stop fighting to keep it as weird & unique as possible.

1 Comment on "Heavenly Spirits Wine Bar downtown on Church Street sold, to become restaurant"

  1. never heard of this place …

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