Workers invested in wine bar

ALTERNATIVE ROUTE: Fortnight Wine Bar co-owners, from left, Elizabeth McDonnell, Christopher Norris-Leblanc and Mike da Cruz join Leigh Ranucci, second from right, of Wine Traditions, a wine importer, during a champagne event hosted at the bar by Ranucci. The trio opened the workers' cooperative in December. / COURTESY S. WINDOW PHOTOS
ALTERNATIVE ROUTE: Fortnight Wine Bar co-owners, from left, Elizabeth McDonnell, Christopher Norris-Leblanc and Mike da Cruz join Leigh Ranucci, second from right, of Wine Traditions, a wine importer, during a champagne event hosted at the bar by Ranucci. The trio opened the workers' cooperative in December. / COURTESY S. WINDOW PHOTOS
A new wine bar on Dorrance Street in Providence is shaking up the capital city's popular foodie scene with its egalitarian management style. Fortnight Wine Bar, a workers' cooperative opened in December, is co-owned and operated by friends Elizabeth McDonnell, Mike da Cruz and Chris Norris-LeBlanc. Da Cruz, who led the push for the workers'…

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