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Report: Sixty Vines taking Clyde’s space in Reston Town Center

A Texas-based restaurant brand called Sixty Vines is coming to the Reston Town Center and it’s taking over the space recently vacated by the longtime Clyde’s location.

That’s according to a report from the Washington Business Journal.

Sixty Vines, which features 60 wines on tap plus small plates and communal seating, will take the roughly 10,000 s.f. space that looks out over the Fountain Square area where the ice skating rink is each winter.

The menu at Sixty Vines features gourmet cheese and salumi selections, small plates for sharing as well as several main courses, salads, pizzas, pasta dishes and sandwiches. You can see a Sixty Vines menu here.

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Sixty Vines is based in the Dallas-area, and has launched a national expansion plan that includes the Reston location.

According to the brands website, they currently have two locations in the Dallas area, one in Houston, plus one in Nashville and one in the Orlando area.

This is just the latest in a series of new restaurants announced for in and around the Reston Town Center, including Pisco y Nazca, Fogo de Chão, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, and The Distillery.

6 Comments
  1. Robert 2 weeks ago
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    Reston town center has become a ghost town thanks to Boston Properties putting in paid parking. Many store fronts boarded up, very little customer traffic(about 1/2 to 1/3 of what it use to be). Our company stopped going over for lunch or happy hour. Many companies at the center are allowing employees to work from home(and will be leaving when lease is up). Too many other options in the area.

    • Chris Wadsworth 2 weeks ago
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      I was there last night (Monday) and it was hopping. And they are getting some great new restaurants — Fogo de Chao, The Distillery, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, Pisco & Nazca — and now Sixty Vines. Plus they are expanding and adding the whole Reston Next project right next door.

      • Robert 2 weeks ago
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        Most people just out walking dogs, with their kids, not really shopping. We went to Barcelona a couple Sat ago, they took us right at 7pm. In past you’d have a 45+minute wait. They had empty tables. And those Restaurants mentioned months ago, but no new work started on most of the boarded up restaurants that left. You’d think they’d try to get in during summer.

  2. Antonio Vasquez 2 weeks ago
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    Chris – I fully disagree. I wonder if you work for Boston Properties and are spewing its propaganda. Reston TC is losing foot traffic and customers by the week due to poor management of the TC. I miss the good ole days when businesses varied and were thriving. Myself, family and friends have said goodbye to Reston TC.

    • Chris Wadsworth 2 weeks ago
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      You are welcome to share your experience and opinion. I just shared mine — having eaten there just last night. I don’t work for Boston Properties or have any vested interest in them. But the fact that the new restaurants I listed are coming isn’t subjective. It’s just fact.

  3. John G. Harrop 15 hours ago
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    looking forward to Fogo. Just saw this last week. Also looking forward to the development at the current Metro. I don’t mind paying to park that much.

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