Bin 26 Wine and Bar

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USD $25.00

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 Bin 26

With over 300 international wines by the bottle and a satisfying selection by the glass. this chic wine bar also offers indoor and outdoor seating options.

Why Bin 26?
'BIN' followed by a number, is a wine term for the physical location of where a bottle is stored in the wine cellar. Combined with the location at 26 Hope Road, Devon House.

About Devon House
The Devon House Heritage Site is owned by the Government of Jamaica, and falls directly under the auspices of the Ministry of Tourism. The property is currently managed by The Devon House Development Limited, which became operational in February 2002 to oversee the re-development of Devon House, and manage its promotion and maintenance as the premier cultural attraction in the capital city.
In order to fulfill its mission statement, it is imperative that Devon House be maintained as a clean and attractive green space in the urban landscape providing a secure recreational, shopping and dining area for its patrons. Its role in national development is being expanded by educating the public about the historical relevance of Devon House and positioning the property as a centre for all types of cultural activity as well as an attraction for Jamaicans and tourists to the island.

 

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 Bin 26

With over 300 international wines by the bottle and a satisfying selection by the glass. this chic wine bar also offers indoor and outdoor seating options.

Why Bin 26?
'BIN' followed by a number, is a wine term for the physical location of where a bottle is stored in the wine cellar. Combined with the location at 26 Hope Road, Devon House.

About Devon House
The Devon House Heritage Site is owned by the Government of Jamaica, and falls directly under the auspices of the Ministry of Tourism. The property is currently managed by The Devon House Development Limited, which became operational in February 2002 to oversee the re-development of Devon House, and manage its promotion and maintenance as the premier cultural attraction in the capital city.
In order to fulfill its mission statement, it is imperative that Devon House be maintained as a clean and attractive green space in the urban landscape providing a secure recreational, shopping and dining area for its patrons. Its role in national development is being expanded by educating the public about the historical relevance of Devon House and positioning the property as a centre for all types of cultural activity as well as an attraction for Jamaicans and tourists to the island.