Plonk Wine Bar
From the Bozeman Daily Chronicle, “Wine a winner: Growing love of wine bears fruit in Plonk”:
“Everybody’s talking about it.”It’s a very big-city looking place – it would fit in New York or San Francisco.”…
The old drop acoustic ceiling and wood paneling were torn out. The original decorative tin ceiling and brick walls were restored, as was a mural showing all the Gallatin Valley’s cattle brands, a remnant of the 1920s when the building housed the Stockman’s Bar, Stordahl said.
An impressive black granite bar was installed, along with shelves filled with hundreds of wines from France, Italy, California and the up-and-coming wine countries. Comma-Q Architecture designed an attractive new facade for the building.
The result of all the hard work has been a space as elegant as the fine wines Plonk serves.