Sixty Vines Opening in Dallas April 16

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Sixty Vines – the nationally recognized wine-centric restaurant – will begin transporting Dallasites to Napa/Sonoma Wine Country when it opens its doors on Monday, April 16.

The new restaurant, located at 500 Crescent Court, Ste. 160, will celebrate its grand opening from 5-11 p.m. on Monday. It will feature an indoor/outdoor design that feels fresh, lush, and purposeful. Naturally placed grape vines, wine barrels, and harvest tools create an ambiance similar to a vineyard tasting room. The open kitchen acts as a stage for the chefs to put on a show and enables guests to watch, hear, and smell dishes that are being prepared before they reach the table.

Sixty Vines’ menu features wine country cuisine, a way of cooking and eating that celebrates seasonal produce, infused olive oils, sustainable seafood, locally raised beef and poultry, artisanal pizzas, charcuterie, and rustic breads – all served with a perfectly paired glass of wine.

“Wine enthusiasts living close to the city have been clamoring for a Sixty Vines of their own, so we are extremely excited to open our doors and welcome in the community on Monday,” said CEO Steve Shlemon. “We are looking forward to creating a new way for people in the Uptown area to unwind after a long day; one perfect pour at a time. Our new restaurant is beautiful, and we have hired an amazing team of wine lovers to join us in creating an unforgettable experience for our guests.”

Sixty Vines will donate up to 50% of sales from opening night to Junior Players, a Dallas charity that encourages intellectual growth, mental well-being and the development of life skills in the youth of North Texas through mentoring, creative expression and participation in dramatic and arts activities.

“This past year has been a tremendous year of growth and collaboration for Junior Players,” said Rosaura Cruz, Executive Director of Junior Players. “Our reach has expanded significantly, and we are honored to provide innovative arts enrichment programs to over 14,000 North Texas-area youth. What drives our passion is seeing the impact of our work and partnering with companies like Sixty Vines, who consistently prove themselves to be about more than food and wine by generously serving their community through partnerships like ours. Thank you, Sixty Vines, for helping transform kids’ lives through your generous support.”

The new Sixty Vines in Uptown – second in the Dallas-Fort Worth market – will only be open for dinner during its first week. Beginning Monday, April 23, it’ll be open for lunch and dinner, with Champagne Brunch starting Saturday, April 28.

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