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Well, 2013 is almost officially over, and while it’s been a big year for Trinity Groves, 2014 is guaranteed to be even bigger, with hot new concepts already on the horizon. And our brand-new blog is where you can read all about it! You’ll find the most up-to-the-minute Trinity Groves info, features, specials, details and everything in between. So check back often so you don’t miss out in 2014.




Chino Chinatown is the culinary vision of chef Uno Immanivong and Adrian Verdin, further accented by the offerings of mixologist, Ian Reilly. Uno, known primarily for her role in ABC’s “The Taste” with Anthony Bourdain, is renowned for her ability to create elegant, yet impactful dishes. The vibe of the restaurant leans towards an Asian…




Q: How would you sum up 2013 in one word? Carol Shih, SideDish: “Wackypack.” Teresa Gubbins, CultureMap: “To quote Leslie Brenner (over and over and over), ‘buzzy.‘” José Ralat-Maldonado, The Taco Trail: “Tacos. From North Texas Taco Festival, TacoCon (Cerveza) and the taco+beer dinner with Urban Taco and Deep Ellum Brewing Company as well as…




Here’s a sneak peek inside AmberJax courtesy of Trinity Groves. The seafood restaurant and market from husband and wife team Larry and Karen Williams opens its doors tomorrow, the latest in a seemingly never-ending cavalcade of restaurants to open at Phil Romano’s West Dallas mega-development. Read the full story by Eater Dallas




Here’s a closer look at Resto Gastro Bistro, the newest Trinity Groves restaurant from chef DJ Quintanilla and hospitality pro Linda Mazzei. The interior is an interesting mix of rustic farmhouse and flashy bling (check out those sweet chandeliers), a bit of fusion that’s mirrored in a menu that draws influence from Asia (tempura rock…




Conventional wisdom in real estate holds that retail follows rooftops. Build housing and the retailers and restaurateurs will come calling. But at the western foot of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, investors are crafting a mixed-use development that began with a handful of fledgling restaurants and is now looking to add housing. Stuart Fitts, a…






Drinking beer. You’re familiar with the concept. But eating beer… Now you’re intrigued. You’re also in luck. Because LUCK (Local Urban Craft Kitchen), a new home base for Texas beers and beer-braised everything, is now open at Trinity Groves. And when you go (oh, you’ll go all right), here’s what to expect. You’ll be sitting…






In 1849, pioneers from the East Coast, malcontent with their present lot, packed their entire existence in covered wagons en route to California in search of something new and promising.  Had that journey commenced in 2013, one might argue they only needed to venture halfway, more specifically, to West Dallas. Savor Dallas, CBS RADIO Dallas-Fort…



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