When I lived in Plano, Sixty Vines was one of my favorite restaurants. I hosted my 30th birthday brunch, brought friends there, and always loved their Rosé all Day on Tuesdays. After months of adjusting to Dallas, I finally made it back up to Plano for brunch.
About Sixty Vines
Sixty Vines is the owned by the Front burner Restaurant Group (the people who gave us Mexican Sugar, Whiskey Cake, and many more creative restaurants. ) They work hard to distinguish their restaurants starting with their delicious hand-crafted drinks and chef-prepared menus made from fresh, local ingredients.
When you walk in to Sixty Vines, you can’t help but stare at everything. They designed every detail of the restaurant to be beautiful, well-lit, and open.
You can see into the kitchen and watch the brick oven pizzas as they are prepared and baked with it’s clean, simple food-centered design.
What to drink
What is brunch without mimosas? Sixty Vines offers a mimosa bar complete with different mixers, fruits and more. For $18, you get a carafe of champagne and multiple visits to the mimosa bar.
I love that the wall behind the long bar is lined with all of the wines on tap. You can try several different ones and create your own flight with the 2.5 oz servings. On Tuesdays, you can drink rosé all day for half the price.
There are also a list of beers on tap, that can also be a flight if you want to try several different ones.
If you’re looking for something without alcohol, the cappucino is a great choice to wake you up.
What to eat
Sixty Vines has a brunch, lunch, and dinner menu. You can enjoy brunch on Saturdays and Sundays every week.
Start your meal off with something sweet, the orange morning bread. These gooey brown butter cinnamon bites are topped with coffee crumble, crunchy candied walnuts, and citrus icing. If you like sweets at breakfast, don’t pass up on these.
If you don’t like starting off with something sweet, try the cured salmon and bagel board. The toasted-everything bagel is served with salmon, scallion cream cheese, tomatoes, onions, capers and chopped egg.
If sweet breakfasts are your thing, order the ricotta chiffon French toast with lemon curd, whipped cream, and blueberry syrup.
For savory breakfast lovers, try the butcher’s brunch pizza. My favorite part was the sunny-side-up egg. It adds a creamy texture to the pizza and really brought out all of the flavors.
If you are a classic pizza eater, Sixty Vines’ margherita pizza was deemed the “best margherita pizza we ever had” by our table. The local ingredients add to the freshness of the pizza. However, it is the basil pesto that really made it take the cake (or pie, so to speak).
If you would like a heartier option, check out the C.A.B. brunch burger. The only complaint was that it was so juicy it made the bun too soggy to take home, so I would recommend eating the whole thing in the restaurant.
The lemon roasted chicken is another great choice if breakfast foods aren’t your thing. The chili broccoli rabe steals the show.
Sixty Vines also has incredible brussels that have a little kick from the king pao vinaigrette.
The open restaurant is beautiful; the perfect place to grab brunch, lunch, or dinner.
Everything from the decor to the food is planned to perfection. The food and wine go hand-in-hand to create the ultimate experience for your taste buds. In order to understand what I mean, you should probably plan your visit soon. You will not be disappointed.
Have you been to Sixty Vines yet? What is your favorite thing on the menu? What looks the most delicious? Leave me a comment below!