Tria Wine Room Is Closing

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This Friday, May 17th will be the last day for Univesity City’s Tria Wine Room. The little sibbling of Center City’s Tria locations opened in October, 2010 as Biba and has developed a number of loyal guests, but “that number is too small to make Tria Wine Room a viable business.” We always enjoyed the intimate space and the splendid deck.

As a way to say goodbye, Tria Wine room is extending its Off the Beaten Vine Happy Hour an additional hour. Enjoy excellent and unusual wines tonight through Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. for just $5.

Tria will be expanding back to three this summer with Tria Taproom, Tria’s take on beer, pizza and of course wine. That project is under construction at 2005 Walnut Street, the former home of Rum Bar.

Tria Cafe [Official Site]

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  • no

    The fact that they had like two tables in the entire place was certainly a turnoff for me – I don’t want to sit with a bunch of randoms at the same table as me. I haven’t had to do that since the highschool cafeteria.

    Food was really good though, I’ll give them that. At least we have the other Tria branches…

  • http://www.facebook.com/arindam.basu.961 Arindam Basu

    Had my carmenere, truffled egg and lamb sausage on the closing day! Will miss it more than anything else