Sixty Vines

Sixty Vines


Out of the city and into the vineyard is the feeling you get when you walk into Sixty Vines. I was lucky enough to eat at Sixty Vines for brunch a while ago and I’m glad that we decided to give it a shot. The internet has a lot of positive things to say about Sixty Vines and I’m sure you’ll understand why when you’ve read through this article. If you’ve read any of my other food reviews, you probably know that I am a sucker for brunch. It is my favorite meal.

The Brunch at Sixty Vines


There’s no shortage of slam dunks on the Sixty Vines menu, which is why it was difficult for me to decide. Between the Cabernet Brunch Burger and the Egg White & Goat Cheese Frittata, I was facing a serious dilemma. Staying true to breakfast tradition I did decide on the frittata, and I was impressed. Eggs are super simple, they’re almost too simple. It’s a blessing and a curse really because it’s so easy to overcook eggs, especially in something like a frittata. When prepared correctly, eggs can seem undercooked at first glance. With a frittata or omelet, you want the eggs to maintain their moisture but also be fully cooked. So, timing and heat are everything. Sixty Vines knows their way around an egg and that tells me that their cooks and chefs are experts in the kitchen.

The frittata was fantastic, and I highly recommend it. It’s a blend of eggs, wild mushrooms, spinach, herbed tomatoes, goat cheese, pecorino cheese (one of my favorites), and arugula. The whole thing was seasoned perfectly, and the ingredient combination is spot on. Afterward you feel refreshed and clean with an abundance of energy. You can taste and tell that the ingredients used are top shelf. It a nice, healthy, change of pace versus my normal breakfast order which usually consists of a ton of bacon.

Sixty Vines Brunch Burger


The brunch burger is something that I had to go back and order at Sixty Vines. After my dilemma from the first visit. The description is what got me and mainly, again, because of the cheese. I really, really, like cheese; specifically high quality and interesting cheese. Sixty Vines describes this brunch burger as “cabernet smothered beef patties, free range egg, potato bun, white cheddar cheese, caramelized onions, worcestershire mayo, tomato, garlic herb potatoes”. I knew I would be in for a treat. Let me tell you, you need to try this. This is, probably, one of my favorite burgers ever. Wine and cheese already go well together so the cabernet mixed with the sharpness of the white cheddar is phenomenal. On top of that, we have the caramelized onions that add a sweetness into the mix and when you combine everything together the outcome is truly amazing.

Why is it Called Sixty Vines?


Sixty Vines refers to the wines that they have on tap. Yes, wine on tap. I believe that they have 60 wines on tap, if not more. Aside from their wine, which are all top shelf, they also have some good beers and cocktails. Just as their food is high quality and well crafted, so are their cocktails. Sixty Vines offers their own version of some staple cocktails like a Manhattan and Old Fashioned made with some of the best liquor available. If you’re in the mood for good food and good booze, it doesn’t get much better than Sixty Vines. Think of them the next time you’ve got a craving. Also, check out their menu’s here. If you liked this review Make sure to check out my last food review on Tabla Indian Cuisine here. Check out Sixty Vines’ website here.

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