Cynthia Bailey's Wine Cellar's Doors Are Officially Open! Check Out Some Pics From The Location

Cynthia Bailey's Wine Cellar's Doors Are Officially Open! Check Out Some Pics From The Location
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Cynthia Bailey made a lot of fans happy when she announced that her wine cellar would open these days. Check out some pics from the venue and see Cynthia's excitement.

'Atlanta wine lovers 🍷the doors of @thebaileywinecellar are officially open! as a small black owned business, i am beyond grateful to still be standing during this challenging and stressful pandemic. i truly appreciate my staff @mal_bailey & @famousdave87 for sticking it out with me. thank you to our amazing customers, friends & family for always supporting us. Please continue to support other small black owned & ANY small businesses as well. we are all in this together🤎
New Business Hours: 1-9pm Wednesday thru Sunday,' Cynthia wrote.

She continued and said: 'Closed Mondays & Tuesdays. Store hours are subject to change during these uncertain times. Now taking bookings for parties & events @thebaileywinecellar & @thebaileyroom. Book TODAY!!! MASKS REQUIRED 😷#thebaileywinecellar #wineatlanta #blackownedbusiness #wine.'

She got a lot of support from fans. Someone said: 'Cynthia! I'm coming to buy some wine in support of your business. Keep Rocking Beautiful Queen.'

Another excited follower posted this message: 'Yes yes yes yes yes! My favorite places in the A,' and someone else said: 'Loved them both when we went in February. They both are a great time and so helpful.'

One other follower wrote: 'Especially during these times all we need is a good vino veritas.'

In other news, Cynthia recently shared an important message for her social media followers and fans. Check out the recent post that she shared on her IG in which she’s telling people to fight the good fight until the end.

‘Millions of protesters across the country are speaking out against anti-black racism and police violence. But we still have a lot of work to do, and we can’t let up. So keep going. Continue fighting for our Phenomenally Black community until there’s full accountability,' she wrote.

Fans praised Cynthia for the words that she shared.

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