The first food-related tenant at Trinity Groves, a nascent food and entertainment district taking shape at the foot of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, makes its official debut Thursday.
The brainchild of caterer and cooking instructor Sharon Van Meter, 3015 Trinity Groves will serve as the site of catered events, corporate team-building exercises and cooking classes. Thursday evening it will host a fundraiser for Hunger Busters, a nonprofit that provides meals for children in need.
Hunger Busters was created in 2000 by restaurateur Philip Romano and his wife, Lillie. Romano, Larry “Butch” McGregor and Stuart Fitts are key investors in Trinity Groves, which is rising at the edge of La Bajada neighborhood along Singleton Boulevard.