Reston Town Center is set to welcome a new culinary gem, Sixty Vines, opening its doors on Monday, December 11. Situated at 11905 Market Street, the space formerly occupied by Clyde’s of Reston, Sixty Vines promises a unique dining experience inspired by the charm and elegance of a vineyard.
Spanning 12,857 square feet, this first-of-its-kind establishment in Virginia boasts an open layout with communal tables, creating an inviting atmosphere. The design is complemented by an extensive bar area, private event spaces, and comfortable outdoor seating, making it an ideal spot for both casual gatherings and special occasions.
As highlighted in their recent press release, Sixty Vines offers an impressive selection of wines, available by the flight, half glass, full glass, or bottle. This diverse collection features reds, rosés, and whites, carefully sourced from renowned winemakers. The restaurant also caters to a variety of tastes with an assortment of cocktails and mocktails.
Their opening hours are set to accommodate a wide range of dining preferences. Regular hours will be Monday to Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., extending to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, and closing at 9 p.m. on Sundays.
The menu at Sixty Vines is as enticing as its wine selection. Patrons can enjoy wood-fired pizzas, custom charcuterie boards, and a selection of pasta, seafood, and fresh salads. A notable highlight is the offering of 60 wines on tap, sourced from various countries around the world, ensuring a global gastronomic journey.
This new dining destination is not just about great food and wine; it’s about creating a memorable experience that resonates with the essence of vineyard living. For more information about Sixty Vines and their offerings, visit Sixty Vines’ website.
Credit to the original article: RestonNow.