Following the success of both its original Greenville location and Trophy Club outpost, this casual wine bar now has a third iteration, in a pedestrian-friendly corner of central Dallas’s Uptown area. The thin-crust pizzas, sixteen wines on tap, sparkling cocktails, and pulsing sound track draw a young crowd. Salads and boards—laden with charcuterie or smoked salmon (your choice), cheese, dips, crackers, and vegetables—are also on the menu, but the pizzas are the big deal. Ultra-thin, with cracker-crisp crusts, they’re sturdy enough for multiple toppings and sold in half and whole sizes. All three versions we tried were delicious: a prosciutto-topped white pizza with béchamel and arugula; the Butcher, topped with marinara sauce, pepperoni, and Italian sausage; and an excellent Margherita. Tossed green salads are large enough to share.