mile 303

Part art installation. Part bar. Full laid back vibes. The space is anchored by a parametrically derived sculpture of the Erie Canal -- a unique seating and bar structure to sit, stand, and socialize around (a big turquoise thing unlike any other). It's also both the past and future of Medina (and villages like it) which exist solely and historically as part of the canal. It's super crushable wine, the deepest booze selection, dad and craft beers, and the most killer tunage around. So, come mellow out with a cream ale and hot pocket. Enjoy a cocktail (menu changes monthly). Sip some arraku, baijiu, or sotol... or best of all just be a human, leave your phone at home, stop in, talk to some strangers, and try some damn fine libations. Choose your own adventure and please remember to be present and kind while you do it.

P.S. We have the largest collection of amari in North America until proven otherwise (120 plus). Life is bitter-sweet... gettin' drinking it