Union Orchard Granted Request To Bring New Venue To Nebraska City
The owners of Union Orchard were granted their request of $75,000 to bring a new venue to 701 Central Ave in downtown Nebraska City at last night's (Monday) city council meeting.
Clinton Wostrel, who's family recently bought Union Orchard in 2011, says the family is looking to expand the business.
"What we are looking to do is to bring a retail outlet into the city, that will also have a wine tasting room along with a cider tasting room." Wostrel said.
They will also have fresh fruits, jelly's, pickled items, donuts and pies. Later in the year, they hope to work on their kitchen and will sell grilled sandwiches, soups, salads, along with the pies and other desserts.
Wostrel says that over the next few years, Union Orchard is going to expand and planting cider apples to manufacture a hard cider. Wostrel says they are looking to bring something different to Nebraska City and they are hoping to have the business ready by July of this year, just before Apple Jack Festivities.