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A popular West Dallas location of 13 restaurants and food-based businesses is searching for more concepts to join the group. Trinity Groves partners and managers are looking for people who have ideas for the next “big thing” to hit Dallas.

The concrete mixing plant has finally closed at Trinity Groves in West Dallas and developers plan to break ground by year’s end on a new hotel at the former industrial site.

One of the best Spanish wine, sherry and vermouth selections in Dallas can be found at Tapas Castile in Trinity Groves. The program created by co-owner Jessica Kate-Martinez was born of her curiosity about and passion for the wines of Spain and respect for their hard-working creators. She handles the dining room and wines while co-owner Kendra Valentine is the chef.

Taking a page from the startup world, or maybe reality TV, West Dallas development Trinity Groves is hosting a pitch contest to uncover its latest restaurant or retail concept.

A new brewery has opened at Trinity Groves. Called Steam Theory Brewing Company, it’s at 340 Singleton Blvd., on the street level of Cypress at Trinity Groves, an apartment complex across from the original Trinity Groves center.

Get ready for seasonal fare and local beers at Steam Theory. Trinity Groves’ newest brewery, Steam Theory, arrives today in the Cypress retail center. The brewpub will open at 340 Singleton Blvd., Suite 100 at 3 p.m., offering 12 national beers on tap, a full bar with vintage cocktails and wine, plus charcuterie boards while it gets its own brewing operations and kitchen up and running.

About a year after Trinity Groves lost its brewery — Four Corners, which moved to the Cedars and was recently acquired by the maker of Modelo and Corona — another brewery is opening up in the West Dallas restaurant incubator.

Trinity Groves is looking for passionate entrepreneurs that want to start a new business. After years of success from the Restaurant Incubator Program, they are searching for the next big ideas. This time, they’re looking not only for restaurants, but also for unique retail concepts.

Trinity Groves is on the hunt for new restaurant and retail concepts to join its restaurant incubator program. The West Dallas entertainment destination near Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge is currently home to 13 restaurant and retail shops. But Bob Sambol, operations manager at Trinity Groves, said it is time for more — up to five more, specifically.

If you’re looking for superior French toast, you’re in LUCK. Literally. You’ll find LUCK, which stands for Local Urban Craft Kitchen, among the long strip of restaurants in Trinity Groves. It offers 40 beers on tap and a full menu — along with a brunch menu that makes it worth skipping church.

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