Spanish wine bar, charcuterie market planned for San Marco

The Swinerie and Bar Molino intend to open in July next to High Tide Burrito Co.

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A Spanish wine bar and restaurant along with an adjoining charcuterie market and wine shop are planned to open July in San Marco.

The Swinerie and Bar Molino are planned at 1538 Hendricks Ave., Suite 2, adjacent to High Tide Burrito Co. 

Maple Lane Group LLC,  a Jacksonville company created in 2020 by Alfred Young and Rob Roccapriore, announced the concepts April 5 “to conceptualize, build and manage restaurants and bars.”

Bar Molino will feature a full kitchen offering tapas, sherry cocktails and wine by the glass or bottle. There also be a retail wine shop.

An image of Bar Molino at
An image of Bar Molino at

Maple Lane said Kurt Rodgers, who has more than 20 years in the restaurant and craft cocktail industry, joined the company for the concept.

The Swinerie, a Charcuterie Market, is planned next to Bar Molino.

It will feature “house-cured meats from locally sourced, sustainably raised whole hogs.” 

A selection of Spanish cured meats will be sold in the wine bar.

Maple Lane said it recruited Vadim Akimenko, an artisan butcher and craft charcuterie expert, for the concept.

The market will sell cheeses, raw meats, breads and other items.

“Each of these concepts are unique,” Young said in a news release. 

They expect a grand opening in July 2022.

Maple Lane said in the release that employee interviews are planned for late May.

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