An evening of art & wine is in store for us at Barsha Wines & Spirits – a great combination.
Barsha Wines & Spirits in Manhattan Beach is a boutique wine shop that delivers artisanal wines, spirits, beers, and fine international products supporting small producers that focus on high quality and good value. In addition to their extensive wine and spirits collection, their tasting room offers over 30 wines by the glass with a farmers market driven menu that highlights Californian cuisine with a touch of Tunisia. Owners Lenora and Adnen Marouani met when they were chefs at the Ceasars Palace in Las Vegas. They expanded their knowledge in wines thru their travels in Europe and Tunisia (where Adnen is originally from). Back in the states Adnen served as sommelier to a number of restaurants in L.A. and Lenora as chef. After owning restaurants in the past, Adnen & Lenora gave birth to the creation of Barsha!
This evening Barsha will host the works of Rachel Reinert and Sean Finocchio. Rachel & Sean will be at Barsha’s this evening for us to meet.
Born in Santa Cruz and raised in the Denver metro area, Rachel Reinert always occupied her time and mind with a verdant passion for drawing and painting. Her works are influenced by the Art Nouveau movement, street art, the Symbolists, and Abstract Expressionism. Her work has been shown in galleries throughout Southern California.
Sean Finocchio’s first love has always been photography – well actually second to his wife. Sean started doing his artwork professionally a few years ago as a release from his day job. His works gravitate towards buildings and parts of town that look like it could still be L.A. in 1977 – inspired by the culture of this city. His work has been shown at many shows throughout Southern California.
Barsha has selected a special collection of wines – California and International for this evening in which you can purchase glasses of wines for either $7 or $9. Small plates are available for purchase between $5 - $12.
Here’s a chance to enjoy a great selection of wines accompanied by savory appetizers appreciating the works of these local artists.
There is a number parking spaces at Barsha. There is also free parking behind Barsha’s at the Post Office and street parking on side streets. Please read the signs for any parking restrictions. The event ends at about 9 p.m.
Hope to see you there.