Wine Bars in Dallas

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Where to Celebrate National Margarita Day along the McKinney Avenue Trolley

2019-02-19 / Emily Riggs

National Margarita Day – something we wait for all year – will be here on Feb. 22. And since Dallas is the official home of the Frozen Margarita and Margarita Mile, there is no better place to celebrate.

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The Country Conversion of Deep Ellum

2019-02-13 / Kelly Dearmore

From the time beloved Canton Avenue spot Naomi's closed in 1997 until the second half of 2018, hearing country music had been rare in Deep Ellum.

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Reservations Only

2019-02-11 / Taylor Voth

Dining at 6 of the most romantic restaurants in Dallas.

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7 of the Best Wine Bars for D-Vine Wines

Dallas may not come to mind first for being a wino destination, but seek and you shall wine! In recent years, this very prominent beer town has seen a surge of wine bars that will satisfy the cravings of all wine lovers.

Urban Vines Wine Bistro – East Dallas

Tucked away in East Dallas, this quaint wine bar boasts a wide selection of wines, great appetizers and charcuterie and a fantastic patio. This wine bar is conveniently located near the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden; so after you’ve spent the day on your feet exploring the garden, enjoy the fruits of someone else’s labor! Recommended Wine: Try the Festivo Malbec. This very bold, fruit-forward, wine is grown in the mountainous region of Argentina and can be enjoyed with blue cheese, provolone and mozzarella.

Veritas Wine Room – Knox Henderson

Jump on over to this friendly local wine bar which offers a warm atmosphere and rotating local art. Add a few friends, some live music and seat on this patio and you’ll be on cloud wine. Recommended Wine: Zahel Orange T Orangetraube. This Austrian white wine is a robust white full of fruity flavors, including orange, lemon and peach.

Cork Wine Bar - Uptown

Located in the West Village, Cork is a wonderful place to learn more about wine, discover new types of wine, and even purchase a bottle to take home. A state-of-the-art computer touchscreen and pour allows visitors enjoy a glass of wine from one of 48 different wine options, which are changed monthly.

Times Ten Cellars – East Dallas

Looking for a locally-made wine? Find your way to Time Ten Cellars in Lakewood! This stylish winery, tasting room and patio offers a wide variety of wines, many of which are crafted on-site. Recommended Wine: Times Ten Tempranillo Cathedral Mountain. This grape, commonly grown in Texas, creates a full-bodied wine with various nodes of tobacco, plum and vanilla.

St. Martin’s Wine Bistro – Greenville Avenue

Often heralded as one of the most romantic restaurants in Dallas, St. Martin’s is by no means new to the wine scene; this cozy, European-style wine bar has been popping corks for almost 40 years. Whether you are out for date night or just chilling with friends, this Dallas staple is a great place to enjoy time together with a glass in hand. Recommended Wine: Josh Cellars, Cabernet Sauvignon. This very typical Californian Cab is bursting with flavor of blackberry, cherry and toasted oak.

Sixty Vines - Uptown

The name says it all; this wine bar has 60 different wines on tap for all your tasting and pairing needs. On top of that, it is a beautiful, very spacious and open bar that will make you feel like you are sitting in the middle of Napa Valley. Recommended Wine: Three Sticks “Origins” Chardonnay. This wine has intense tropical flavor with hints of butter, oak and stone fruit.

Neighborhood Cellar - Bishop Arts District

Time to wine down after a long week? Visit Neighborhood Cellar in Bishop Arts. This wine bar and store has a wide variety of wine for tasting and sale. But what really makes this place unique is its affordability that doesn’t compromise on quality.

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