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Sixty Vines to expand to Uptown Dallas later this year!


Ask anyone in Plano where the ladies like to sip Chardonnay, and you’ll likely get the same response: Sixty Vines.

The restaurant is jam-packed most nights with ladies (and gents) sipping and swirling from an extensive cellar that includes nice bottles and a generous selection of global wines poured from the sixty taps along the restaurant’s back bar. It’s already the most exciting concept to hit the Dallas suburbs in a long time, a wine-focused restaurant built by people who understand hospitality, brilliant design, good food and share a real passion for wine.


And later this year, Sixty Vines will debut a sibling in Dallas.

EscapeHatch has confirmed that Sixty Vines will take over the current Palamino space at the Crescent, which will soon close. The footprint is HUGE, which means plenty of indoor-outdoor seating, too.

The folks behind Sixty Vines, Front Burner Restaurants, say they expect to open the new location this fall.

 

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