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Dallas Wine Destination Sixty Vines Heads to Houston This Fall

The wine-on-tap spot will land at Rice Village this fall

Mediterranean eats and lots of wine are en route
Sixty Vines [Official Photo]
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Sixty Vines, a Dallas-born eatery known for its lengthy list of wines on tap, lands at Rice Village this fall.

The restaurant will set up shop at 2540 University Boulevard in Rice Village, and is part of a major revamp for the neighborhood. It’s the third location for Sixty Vines, which first opened in a suburb of Dallas in 2016. A Dallas-proper location followed in 2018, and the restaurant has since earned a reputation as one of he city’s best wine bars.

To serve wine, Sixty Vines boasts a number of pressurized kegs used to serve wine on tap. According to a press release, that system helps the restaurant keep thousands of bottles of wine out of landfills each year. There are, of course, still bottles of wine on offer for the traditionalists. As far as the food is concerned, diners can look forward to dishes that can be directly paired with the wines on offer, ranging from wood-grilled cauliflower to pizza and pasta.

Sixty Vines is expected to hit Houston this fall. Stay tuned for an official opening date.