Our new Studio at the Atrium Wine Bar is open with health safety as a priority.
When visiting our winery, you will notice some marked differences, including MORE SPACE and all of the following:
- All staff are wearing cloth masks to protect you.
- Hand sanitizer is available to you upon entering and exiting our spaces.
- All seating & standing has minimum 6 foot distancing.
- All staff will keep 6 foot distancing when possible.
- All staff will maintain an abundance of sanitizing all surfaces.
- Customers are expected to wear cloth masks unless seated.
- Other than that…. please enjoy your time with us!
at the Atrium Wine Bar
Welcome to our newest winery expansion space we call “the Studio at the Atrium Wine Bar.” After having once renovated this new space at the Lincoln Village Shops to host private events and large parties, COVID19 had different plans for us. Due to the restrictions caused by this pandemic, we have re-configured our event space into an expanded, spacious, extension of the Atrium Wine Bar. This will allow us to continue to serve our Wine Without Worry!
Over the course of the summer/fall of 2020, we entertained people outside at both our RiverWalk and Atrium locations. But, now that winter is here, we have turned our perspective indoors to continue delivering the Seven Birches Winery experience you have all come to know and love. With the conversion of our event space into more tasting room space, we are ready to keep it safe, following a strict adherence to the CDC and state of NH guidelines.
The new Studio has additional seating for up to 50 people. Don’t worry, all of the seating is spaced at least 6 feet apart and there’s plenty of room to keep your distance. We have outfitted the Studio to give you the same, if not better, experience than our other locations. We want you to feel 100% comfortable coming inside and joining us for a tasting flight or glass of wine and some snacks, safely, of course. And, we have all of our wines, food, and gifts in the Studio for sale as well.
More Space to Spread Out
Have a Look
So, why is it called the “Studio” you ask?
Thanks for asking! We are calling this space the studio because our future plans are to transform the space into a “creative studio” where we will celebrate all forms of art, culture, and creativity. We intend to have art on display, entertainers to entertain, creators hosting demonstrations, all while you enjoy a glass of Rhythm Cider and check it out. This is down the road a bit, but we know you’ll love it when we are done with it.