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Wine Haven Sixty Vines Debuts Its First Houston Location in Rice Village This Month

Get ready to sip more than 150 different wines

charcuterie and cheese board at Sixty Vines
Charcuterie and cheese await at Sixty Vines
Sixty Vines [Official Photo]
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Sixty Vines, a Dallas-based haven for wine drinkers, will open its first Houston location in Rice Village later this month.

The growing chain is expected to make its debut at 2540 University Boulevard on October 14, bringing more than 150 different wines served on tap or by the glass to the neighborhood, per a press release. Sixty Vines will occupy a massive two-story space that sprawls across 8,700 square feet, and unlike the DFW outposts, will house a wine cellar-styled dining space called the Sonoma Room that will boast its own menu of snacks, cheeses, and desserts.

As far as the grapes are concerned, Sixty Vines brings 51 different wines on tap to Rice Village, along with 100 by-the-glass options. A couple of beers, ciders, and cold brew coffee are also on offer, along with a full menu with options like charcuterie and cheese boards, grilled cauliflower and margherita pizza, and ricotta chiffon French toast. In Dallas, it’s become a popular brunch destination thanks to dishes like ricotta chiffon French toast and plenty of rosé.

When Sixty Vines debuts on October 14, it will be open for lunch, dinner, and brunch service on the weekends.