By Jim Boyce
South African restaurant Pinotage will soon reopen its suburban branch in new digs in Shunyi (see map below) as part of a project called Pinotage Plaza that includes a sports bar, cafe, wine shop and imported food store with meats, sauces, cheeses, fruits and vegetables.
Co-owner Toby Cao says Pinotage Plaza will measure 1200 square meters, with an additional 200 square meters of deck space. The restaurant should be open within days, with the sports bar slated for completion at month’s end.
I’ll have more details on the plaza soon as well as an interview with Cao about the 100-plus South African wines in the Pinotage portfolio.
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