The Wine Spot thanks community, contractors for their support

Thank you for the wonderful article on The Wine Spot in the Jan. 4 Heights Observer. We are very excited to be up and running and appreciate the enthusiastic support from the local community. We are proud to be in Cleveland Heights and to have our shop in the historic Seitz-Agin space.

A couple of additions and clarifications:

We want to thank Bill Mitchell of Mitchell’s Fine Chocolates, our landlord, for his support and investment in the building. It is because of Bill that we have this beautiful storefront.

Also, the 1926 floor from Bruder’s Creamery that is prominently displayed in the store was discovered, and passionately and lovingly restored to its current state, by Raymond Hallerstein of Duryea Studio in Cleveland Heights. It is to Ray’s credit that the floor exists as there was talk (albeit very brief) of taking it out.

Finally, we want to thank Rich Bozic, from Blatchford Architects of Cleveland Heights, for his work with Bill Mitchell and us to design the space.  

Thanks again for the support.

Adam and Susan Fleischer
The Wine Spot, 2271 Lee Road

Adam and Susan Fleischer


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