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Q: Are there any wine bars in Suzhou?

9 years 44 weeks ago in  Food  - Suzhou

 
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Call Joe Gabriele, he owns one in Pan Pac Suzhou. 13916820880.

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there are many bars in Shiquan Road

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9 years 35 weeks ago
 
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Hi guys =)
Not sure about the bar but here is the perfect place that got everything for a great home party:

http://www.m1ntcellars.com/en

They deliver in Suzhou as well.
Cheers!

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