City Guide: Best Wine Bars in Dallas

January 18, 2019 0 0

Whether you’re a fan of reds, whites, or even pinks, the best wine bars in Dallas TX can help you find the perfect glass. These spots know their grapes and pride themselves on carefully curated wine lists. A wine bar is the perfect happy hour destination, the ideal date spot, and a comfortable place to catch up with friends. Some of these locales also serve coffee as well, so you have the ultimate choice of pick-me-up. Grab your coworkers, that special someone, or your friends to find a new favorite spot and sip some new labels at the best wine bars that Dallas TX has to offer.

Name Location Description
Veritas Wine Room 2323 N Henderson Ave Veritas means truth, and Veritas’s attention to wine is, honestly, impeccable. The casual atmosphere will draw you in, but the list of 400 wine labels will keep your glass full. This bar has received accolades from connoisseurs and locals alike, and won’t let you down.
Cork Wine Bar 3636 McKinney Ave Cork has reinvented the wine bar as we know it. Touchscreens and automatic pouring systems create a unique experience brought to you by 21st-century technology. What does this mean for you? You can sample as little as one ounce before committing to a whole glass.
Mercy Wine Bar 5100 Belt Line Rd In their own words, Mercy offers tranquility by the glass. This chic spot also has a full menu and more than 100 by-the-glass pours and 50 by-the-bottle. You can sip your selection in the warm atmosphere to the sounds of live music.
times ten cellars 6324 Prospect Ave Both winery and wine bar, times ten will give you a comprehensive taste of the wine world. You can sample four wines for $10, both from their cellar and cellars across the globe. A delicious selection of small plates and salads will turn your afternoon into evening as you can sip and savor into the night.
Osteria PaneVino 5000 Belt Line Rd This Italian restaurant takes food and alcohol seriously. Come for the wine, but stay for their assortment of Italian classics from Parmesan chicken to lobster ravioli. The wine list offers a plethora of accompaniments to your dish, giving you a perfectly balanced meal.
Ascension 1621 Oak Lawn Ascension will deny that they’re a coffee shop in terms of menu, but in terms of atmosphere they have to agree. This farm-to-table cafe is also a wine bar that offers boutique wines anytime of the day. If you’re looking to step out of the box for your happy hour, Ascension might be your spot.
The Alcove 2907 State St A relaxed vibe and unique selection of wine and beers are waiting for you at The Alcove. The wines are small-production, often from family-owned businesses that you may not be able to find anywhere else. What’s better is that they’re happy to special order a bottle for you at your request.
Two Corks and a Bottle 2800 Routh St This cozy bar is the ideal hideaway for a glass or a bottle with your friends, Two Corks also lets you create a custom label for your bottle and select your personal vintage. They often host events as well, from psychic readings to chair massages to live jazz.
Sachet 4270 Oak Lawn Ave Sachet dishes up Mediterranean delights family-style, so you get a taste of everything they have to offer. The sommelier will recommend the perfect wine for your palate and your dish. Save room for dessert because the Greek yogurt is unlike anything you’ve tasted.
Pera Wine & Tapas 6006 Belt Line Rd Wine and tapas are the perfect pairing, and Pera understands how to craft dynamic duos. Small plates, large plates, a glass, or a bottle — your choices are limitless. Thursday is Ladies Night, when all ladies get a free glass of champagne.

Cheat Sheet

There’s more to drink here than beer. Check out where to go for a glass (or bottle) with the following guides to the best wine bars in Dallas TX:

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Ciara Corcoran

Assistant Editor Ciara is a DC native and East Coast roamer with degrees in both English Professional Writing and Drama & Theatre Studies from Elon University. She's written for a variety of publications including Highway 64, Travel Writing at Elon, and Odyssey. More of her work can be found at

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