To tuxedoed people, velvet ropes are ordinary white picket fences and champagne fountains are lawn sprinklers. Kick down the fence and drink from the sprinkler with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of upscale fare at Crescent Moon Wine Bar in Spring.
Crescent Moon Wine Bar introduces patrons to a wide selection of imported cheeses, pizzas, hearty paninis, and desserty desserts. Nestled within its castle-like interior, patrons can share plates of dry-aged meats and salamis ($21 for a small, $28 for a large) and aromatic cheese flights at dinner ($16 for three selections) or selfishly hog starters such as mussels bathing in white-wine butter sauce and decorated with bacon and jalapeño ($15.50).
Freshly ground hamburgers can be customized to the exact shape of one's stomach ($7.50+) or be left in the care of the chef's mind with already-envisioned selections, such as the Malbec, a meat patty topped with chorizo, manchego, and a fried egg ($9.50+). Entrees also include duck, seafood, and pastas, while sweet treats, such as the Nutella panini ($7) and slices of molten-chocolate cake ($7.50 each), can be paired with a bevy of sippables.
Crescent Moon's spacious interior surrounds patrons in warm stone walls, a dark wood ceiling, soft lighting reminiscent of old Tuscany when it was only lit by a burning pile of tennis balls, and an eclectic mixture of chairs fit for the lobby of a ritzy hotel. Check out the event schedule for live music performances.
Eight Citysearchers give Crescent Moon Wine Bar an average of 4.5 stars, and 10 Yelpers give it an average of four stars. One hundred percent of Urbanspooners recommend Crescent Moon, and more than 500 Facebookers like it.
Crescent Moon Wine Bar and Restaurant
Upon their arrival, visitors to Crescent Moon Wine Bar and Restaurant will be faced with a difficult decision—they'll have to decide on a wine. The extensive list spans more than 300 selections available by the glass or bottle. Then they'll have to select something to nibble on, perhaps the beef short ribs slow cooked in a Shiner Bock gravy or the filet-and-shrimp surf 'n' turf accompanied garlic truffled mashed potatoes.
And the whole time, they'll be distracted by their impressive surroundings, including stone-arches soaring high above them, stone walls, and a stage where live bands play nearly every day of the week. In front of this stage is an open space, and they'll have to decide if they want to dance here alongside the couples or organize a game of Freeze Tag.
440 Rayford Rd.
Spring, Texas 77386Get Directions