Chatham Street Wine Market Update:
Currently you can order online for curbside pickup and local delivery or stop in and shop (please wear your mask).
We have a limited by-the-glass menu available Thu – Sat with four 2-person tables available in our outdoor back patio area. We will be using plastic cups for now and still require masks indoors when ordering at the tasting bar.
Our current shop hours:
- Monday – Thursday 1-7pm
- Friday 1-9pm
- Saturday 12-9pm
- Sunday 12-4pm
Unfortunately, our weekly tastings are canceled indefinitely and back room will remain closed for now.
As always, we can’t thank you enough for your support and your patience. We hope you’re well and can’t wait to share more good wine with you!
*One note about online orders: I’m unfortunately unable to apply our usual quantity discounts so if you order $50 or more please enter the code “wine2go” at checkout to receive 10% off your purchase.*
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In addition to curbside pickup at the shop, we are still doing limited local DELIVERY! We will be delivering Monday through Friday between 11am and 1pm. Order online by 10 pm for next business day, zero-contact delivery to addresses located within the zone on this map:
We offer FREE DELIVERY within the zone on the map but orders must be $50 minimum. And again, orders will be delivered the following business day (so please ignore the 90 min delivery time listed at checkout – it’s a default feature we can’t turn off).
A couple notes about delivery:
-Please tell us any special instructions about how to handle your delivery in the “Notes” section when you check out online (for ex., where you would like your delivery placed, whether you want us to ring or knock on the door, etc.).
-Someone 21 years old or older needs to be home to receive delivery.
Again, please take care of yourselves, your family, and your neighbors- and thank you very much for your support.
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