Sixty Vines - Uptown Dallas
Great place to entertain clients. The food was amazing and the noise level was great.
Terrific lunch in a great spot. The restaurant is sparely, but beautifully, appointed and the food is very good. Our service was very nice and she did a great job. The food is probably over-priced, but hey - this is the Crescent Court in Dallas - not a huge surprise. I'm taking more friends there for lunch next week. Obviously, I enjoy it!
Delish! Loved it.
I realize the focus is wine, but I still wish there were a few more beers on draft 💁♂️
The food was good but our service was awful. It took forever to order drinks and food. Our waitress was very nice but by the time our food got there we were very annoyed about our experience. Half of our table didn’t get dinner until 10 minutes after the rest of the table. Also we ordered the burrata but we ended up getting a completely different appetizer because she heard us wrong.
Our table was not ready at our reservation time. They gave us a terrible table that had one seat literally against a pole. I ordered pasta and the chicken that came with it was awful - chewy and bland. Our waitress didn’t even notice despite there being a whole pile of it in the middle of my plate. The restaurant seemed very noisy and unorganized as well. I’ve been here plenty of times and always had a great experience but this time was really a let down. Disappointing because I was there to celebrate good news.
I would recommend to a friend because I’ve been to this restaurant before and 1 out of 2 for a successful experience is promising.
The food was amazing but the service was extremely poor and less than desirable. Long wait times, erroneous orders placed and to be honest our server was overwhelmed. Our party should have had 2 servers to accommodate the large party.
My advice, don’t go if your party is greater than 4 people.
Everything was perfect, except that my husband and I made the reservation to celebrate his getting a new job, and they stuck us at the end of a group table. It was a little uncomfortable. We’d have liked it to be just the two of us. Food and service was exceptional though!
It was a wonderful brunch! We had a great time catching up and being able to eat a delicious meal. Everything was great!
Great mother/daughter brunch! Brunch was amazing! Tommy our waiter was outstanding!
Waiter was inattentive. Had to flag him down for everything.
Delicious food, loved the Burrata and the wine selection
Excellent casual Uptown option. Wide array of wine options from around the globe, including options for small pours to facilitate tasting. Great small plates and flatbreads. Dining room layout encourages group gatherings and social interaction. Been twice, will definitely go back.
Loved it. I'm planning another visit. I went with my family for a birthday dinner.
23rd birthday for daughter
Good food, good wine, good service, good location, GREAT time!
Food was average. The concept is very interesting and the wine was good.
our waiter Miguel was amazing, helped make a vegan dish for me. Favorite place, best service
Food was great, waiter was excellent.
We had a great experience! Highly recommend the cauliflower appetizer!
Sixty Vines is great restaurant and offers a wide range in their wine selection. Food is great and well proportioned. The service felt rushed - our specific waiter was friendly and energetic but he was pushing us to make all of our selections in the beginning of the meal, and then we couldn’t find him towards the end. This was probably a result of poor management or being short staffed because he was covering multiple tables in different sections.
A wonderful and super cute environment. Be ready to spend a good amount but it is awesome for a fun celebration or event!
Waitress did not care to come ask how was the food and so
everything was absolutely to die for!!
They only serve wine and beer but have a nice selection and I like the iPad at the table which offers a description of the wines.
Some of the food was great, some was above average. Crispy zucchini was fabulous, salmon was cooked perfectly, service was top notch.
The rose cheesecake tasted very gelatinous and somewhat rubbery but the ice cream on the cobbler was really good as was the moscato dessert.
Am not a fan of the communal dining tables located throughout and prefer to keep others out of my conversation who aren’t part of our party.
First time here for brunch and WOW!! The short rib sandwich was to die for. Everything was so delicious and the service was wonderful, per usual.
Great for brunch
Loved our waitress!! Food was remarkable and every wine we tried was great!
My one issue was that our table was not ready at the time of my reservation and no one mentioned that they were waiting for the group using the table we would be seated at to leave. Apart from that minor detail that I think could have been communicated more clearly, everything was great! Our server, Tyler, did a phenomenal job with our group of 12 and certainly needs to receive praise for his efforts!
The waiter was not knowledgeable of the wine list. He was not accommodating when customer did not like her food. We asked if she could get something else he did not welcome it and asked if she wanted so red sauce to add.
The manger was very good and Apologized. He did take the meal off of the bill and gave us desserts .
We will give this place another try because of the manager.
That waiter need a attitude adjustment and training.
We have been big fans of Sixty Vines, especially as vegans for the rigatoni with vegan sausage. Last night we found it had been taken off the menu, and replaced with a pasta and vegetable dish that tasted like something from a bad hotel restaurant. We were so disappointed, having brought two friends with us to try the dish.
Wonderful as always!
Friends get together
Having been ignored at the door by two receptionist who were doing admin things - we were eventually sat at the worst table in the entire place (a two hightop close to the entrance) - even though the place was only about 1/2 full (Sunday brunch). We then waited and waited for 15 minutes (not an exaggeration) and were in the process of using Open Table to find an alternative venue when up popped Johnah (a bar tender that day) who brought us water (having noticed we were being ignored). She then continued to look after us and she was excellent. Food arrived quickly - nothing to write home about, reasonable at best. I can't recommend the place, but I would recommend Johnah.
Decided to return after going the first time and having the electricity go out! It has a very large dinning area that is wide open except for a small area on the left as you enter. The noise vacillates from loud to moderately loud. Our server was upbeat at the onset and rather reserved after we ordered; we saw little of her after that. We were not going to drink much since we were heading to the symphony; maybe she figured out the former. The appetizer, grilled octopus steak was very good and nicely cooked. But then we experienced what had happened in the last 2-3 restaurants visited. Before finishing the appetizer our entrees appeared and the server, not the original one, expected me to move our used plates around so he could put the new plates on the table! Wrong! What has happened to finishing the appetizer, clearing the used dishes and then serving??? The entrees were fergula with wild mushrooms for my wife that was hot when served and nicely done. I had lamb chops that were nicely cooked medium rare and the taste of the sauce nicely done. In summary, food is good, wine choices extensive and very good, service better than good and moderate noise. Could be fun with a group who are into wine.
Great food and amazing service. Get the cauliflower!
Really great place to try many things. They have a few Texas wines. Should have more and hopefully they will eventually.
Great ambiance and plenty of seating for a big party, great mimosa prices and mimosa bar but the food is just not great. Still would come back because it beats fighting for seating at some other popular spots and a $5 mimosa is a good price.
The sparking wine that comes with $20/bottle mimosa bar is not actually a bottle. It comes from a barrel so it’s not fizzy at all, more like cheap white wine.