Cooper's Hawk Winery to Open at New Fruitville Commons

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Photo courtesy of Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurants

Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurants, a nationally-renowned establishment combining an upscale casual restaurant, Napa-style tasting room and artisanal retail market will open its third Gulf Coast location at the new Fruitville Commons in Sarasota. Conveniently located just east of Interstate 75, the new location will officially open its doors this summer bringing a fresh, unique concept to the greater Sarasota region—offering wine tasting, a wine club, a wine shop with wines and accessories, and an expansive eating area suitable for both leisurely dining and business meetings. The menu features dishes that pair naturally with Cooper’s Hawk wines. Wines are made at the company’s main winery in Illinois and then aged and served at nationwide locations onsite. 

“Southwest Florida has seen rapid growth with its world-renowned beaches and ideal location on the Gulf Coast of Mexico,” founder Tim McEnery said. “As a year-round, go-to destination in South Florida and a place many go to escape the cold, northern winters, Sarasota was the perfect location for the Cooper’s Hawk brand.”

With the location currently under development, Cooper’s Hawk is now hiring approximately 140 employees for all positions include management, cooks and front-of-house staff. Both full- and part-time positions are available including kitchen staff, houseworkers, tasting room attendants, servers, hosts and bartenders. Hiring is now open at 337 Interstate Boulevard, Unit D in Sarasota. A hiring fair and open interviews will take place on Wednesday, May 12. Interested applicants can text code CHSA to 77948  for more details and to apply. 

Photo courtesy of Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurants

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