Daily Archives: October 3, 2012

6th and Vine

6th and Vine is one of those “go to” places in the Triad. Want to meet for drinks? Go to 6th and Vine. Lunch? Go to 6th and Vine. Date night? Friends night? New Year’s Eve? You get the idea. Great drinks and great dining. A wonderful bar welcomes you with a long communal bar top along with very cool segmented low seating areas for a more personal gathering. An extensive wine compliments the name and there are plenty of options for your palate. The past couple of times the Foodies have visited, we’ve ordered salads and Small Plates. Really, really good appetizers.
If you like mussels, they are a must. The last time, the mussels were huge. And so fresh. When you order it, go ahead and ask for extra bread for dipping it into that yummy, herby sauce.

Another recommendation…try a super, light, fresh salad. Our favorite is the poached pear salad.

Also…sorry no pic for this, the baked Brie is diVine! 🙂 It’s served in a puff pastry with fruit and pecans. Delectable.

One of 6th and Vine’s more popular small plates is the Crab and Artichoke Dip. Creamy and spicy with grilled pita bread.

You really can’t go wrong at 6th & Vine. Exemplary small plates, tempting sandwiches and wraps, dinner entrees (steak, chops, seafood, ribs, pasta) and even a popular brunch (which we’ve yet to try) with specials and benedicts..mmm. They even have a late night menu. They also make great strides to be as Eco-friendly as possible. See my to-go cup made of corn that can be composted?

Mr. Foodie just told a fellow nosher that 6th and Vine might be his favorite place to eat in Winston-Salem. It’s no surprise, with all this popular establishment has to offer. Amazing atmosphere, great food, great patio, awesome bar. You must try them New Year’s Eve. Fab!

They have a great website, check it out at www.6thandvine.com
209 West 6th Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Closed on Monday

  I love this sign at the side of their space. Hanging from a wine bottle!
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