So finding the place is a challenge, but it is worth the trip. If it is your first time there, you will definitely think that you are at the wrong place when your GPS takes you down the alley to the nondescript single story ranch house that cannot possibly be the restaurant that your coworkers have raved about. Just glance at the side window of the place and see the neon beer sign in the window and it will confirm that you are at the right place. My wife and I first visited the Wine Cellar in February. Unless prepped by a previous patron, you will be surprised to find that the restaurant is in the basement of 60's area home. All of the cooking takes place in one corner of the basement. I kept waiting to see the staff disappear into the "other kitchen", but there is no "other kitchen." The food was phenomenal. Try the homemade pasta or pierogies. Skip the brownie sundae as it was not what we expected. Although impressed by the cooking, I question how code enforcement (if any such entity exists in Gallitzin) ever approved having a restaurant in a basement.