There's a good new pizza coming to Dallas, with the arrival of Plano pizzeria Sixty Vines, which is opening its second location in Uptown on April 16.
Located at 500 Crescent Court, #160, the restaurant took over the former Palomino Euro Bistro space, where it will feature an indoor/outdoor design with grape vines, wine barrels, and harvest tools creating an ambience similar to a vineyard tasting room.
The restaurant, which is also recognized for its wine program — including a prestigious Tastemaker Awards nomination for Best Wine Program — aspires to recreate the spirit of Napa and Sonoma Valley wine country.
That means not only an extensive selection of wines on tap, but also a "wine country" cuisine celebrating seasonal produce, infused olive oils, sustainable seafood, locally raised beef and poultry, artisanal pizza, charcuterie, and rustic breads.
Menu items include shared items such as oysters, hummus, and meatballs. There are three charcuterie-style boards, salads, pastas, burgers, and a few chops and steaks. The whole roasted head of cauliflower has become a talker. There are avocado toasts and exceptional pizzas.
True to its name, Sixty Vines has 60 wines by the glass, more than 40 wines on tap, and an extensive bottle and craft beer list.
CEO Steve Shlemon says in a release that they've heard the demand from in-town wine drinkers.
"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," he says. "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."
The restaurant will start with dinner hours only. Beginning April 23, it'll open for lunch and dinner. Brunch will begin April 28.