The Wine House is a relaxed gathering place for friends. You won’t find any pretentious stuffiness here! Because the 1871 building was originally a house, it still holds the charm and warmth of relaxing at a friends home, which fortunately, is the exact atmosphere we strive to promote. Come by to enjoy yourself inside, sit on our wrap around porch, enjoy our patio space, or relax on the pavilion.
We offer wine, espresso, boozy lattes, beer, cocktails and house made desserts ….
Located in the historic district, the Wine House reflects the relaxed, welcoming aire of Eureka, Missouri. Built in 1871 by Irish immigrant, Thomas Dempsey, our building is one of the oldest homes in downtown Eureka. The Dempsey Family owned and operated the town’s first blacksmith shop and livery service, which was located next door to the victorian farm house (now the Eureka Wine House).
Our house sits within proximity of railroad tracks. 60 – 70 trains pass through Eureka daily. Time spent in downtown Eureka, among our historic buildings, listening to that train whistle, is just good for the soul.