Mark it by the equinox, the first kickoff, the proliferation of decorative gourds on your neighbor’s porch or the sudden craving for a sweater: Fall is upon us. And that means it’s time to take advantage of dipping temperatures and the rich flavors of harvest to linger on the best autumn has to offer. Where better than at Trinity Groves?
Back-to-school season serves as a timely reminder to enroll at Beto & Son for Chef Beto’s Tableside Guacamology. Bring along a lab partner and let your taste buds experiment with this fresh, fire-roasted concoction. Hands-on learning has never been so delicious.
Whether it’s game day or there’s just a festive nip in the air, fall is comfort food season. So cozy up with a bowl of Award Winning Southwest Chili at V-Eats. And if you feel like adding a little something extra to this cornucopia of flavors, go ahead and ask for the Seitan Crumble on top.
Meanwhile, The Hall Bar and Grill is greeting autumn with October Wine Specials from the Duckhorn Vineyards Portfolio. From Decoy to Migration, enjoy the fruits of the Sonoma, Napa and the Russian River Valleys. And, if you don’t yet have another mellow outing on your schedule, maybe embrace a little mystery and try the “Apple Something” for dessert.
Celebrate the return of months with an R in their names and get yourself to an oyster bar! To be fair, culinary experts know that oysters are always in season, but why pass up an excuse to belly up to Amberjax Fish Market Grille for a full-size platter, battered in Cajun cornmeal and fried to golden perfection?
Things keep getting better at Saint Rocco’s where the new Rocco’s Rooftop Lounge is now open every Sunday night. That’s good news for football fans. Now you don’t have to pick between the best view in Dallas and watching the game.
Of course, getting to Trinity Groves is half the fun. Dallas is now home to three stationless bike-sharing companies, so download an app and take the scenic route. You have Spin, LimeBike, and Garland startup’s VBikes to choose from, so set aside a beautiful fall day and exercise your pedal power. It’s only $1/hour to work up an appetite.
You also have two more chances to ride the 6-Pack Trail this October. That’s right, it’s beer guides and bicycles, steering you through tastings from the best the Dallas Brewery District has to offer. From Bishop Cider Co. to Nobel Rey to Peticolas to Community Beer Co. to the Texas Ale Project and back to LUCK, keep an eye out for seasonal specialties. And if your ride’s in the shop for a tune-up, you can always park yourself on our patio and get to know Chino Chinatown’s Hitachino Seasonal beer.
Memories are made at Trinity Groves. Don’t just take our word for it — over 24K grams have been tagged #trinitygroves. See what you’ve been missing, and stop missing out by visiting Trinity Groves before 2017 has come and gone.