Leading designer and manufacturer of rectractable roofs and skylights, OpenAire, is supplying a dynamic enclosure to wine experience eaterie, Sixty Vines.
The dining concept aimed at wine lovers has chosen the retractable roof enclosure for its new location in Uptown Dallas.
Sixty Vines Uptown is a 9,430 square foot restaurant featuring a spacious patio flanked by a unique 1,400 square-foot outdoor greenhouse seating area.
Thanks to the retractable roof, guests will be able to enjoy the outdoor vibe come rain or shine.
Sixty Vines retractable roof can be opened at the touch of a button
Currently under construction, OpenAire’s double-sloped enclosure will measure 62 ft. by 23 ft., providing ample seating and party space. The aluminium-framed, glass-panelled roof features 3 bays of motorised, operable roof panels on either side of the slope, allowing staff to open and close them at the touch of a button. The 8-foot-high side walls will also feature five pairs of swing doors, creating a truly outdoor atmosphere full of fresh air.
The Sixty Vines concept has quickly become a hit with customers by offering an innovative approach to serving wine on tap coupled with a menu featuring ‘wine country’ cuisine. The open kitchen celebrates seasonal produce, infused olive oils, sustainable seafood, locally raised beef and poultry, artisanal pizzas, charcuterie and rustic breads – all served with a perfectly paired glass of wine.
The Sixty Vines wine-on-tap system claims to deliver each glass at the perfect temperature with the promise that every glass will be as fresh as the first.
Sixty Vines is one of a growing number of restaurants and attractions looking to OpenAire to help create an enhanced experience for their guests.
The company has been designing and manufacturing high-quality, retractable roof structures and skylights for 28 years, bringing unique designs to life from concept to installation. Headquartered in Oakville, Ontario, OpenAire is approaching 1,000 projects throughout North America, Europe and the Middle East.
Images courtesy Sixty Vines