A Different Kind Of Taproom: Cardenas Opens In The Italian Market

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The good folks over at the Passyunk Post have been keeping an eye on Cardenas Oil & Vinegar Taproom, which has been building out in the Italian Market for a few months.

Now, though, the place has finally opened and they sent a shooter over to snap a whole bunch of pictures of the lovely, bright and airy new space. Cardenas (as the name suggests) stocks a whole variety of olive oils and vinegars (plus condiments and other little things that come in jars), but because the place is a taproom, it means you can also taste the oils and vinegars before you buy–which is kind of cool because, seriously, who among us has tasted enough Bordeaux cherry or honey ginger balsamic vinegars to know whether or not we actually want to buy a whole bottle?

You can check out the full photo spread over on the Passyunk Post.

Cardenas Olive Oil and Vinegar Taproom Now Open In Italian Market [Passyunk Post]

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  • rk

    looks cool and great for the neighborhood, but worth noting that the tubby olive in RTM has taps too.