Max’s Wine Dive has found a niche by combining a menu of “gourmet comfort food” that’s localized for each market with retail wine sales that provide a stable revenue stream and allow customers to take home a piece of the experience. The four-unit Houston-based concept, an offshoot of owner Lasco Enterprises LLC’s Tasting Room Wine Cafes, opened in 2006 and features such combinations as fried chicken and champagne. “We tapped into the emerging trend ...
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