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Your Labor Day weekend can be full of fun whether you’re grilling at home, chowing down on barbecue, hankering for some great live music or on the hunt for a pool party. There’s plenty of great food for celebrating and extra brunch opportunities, because what are holiday weekends for if not brunch?
Labor Day Grilling Party at ArtPark – 331 Singleton Blvd #100 (Trinity Groves)
What: Special grilled menu items in the newest (and artsiest) beer garden in Dallas
When: 1 to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
Tickets: Free. Purchase food and drinks at menu prices.
In addition to hot dogs and hamburgers from the EATS restaurant at ArtPark, an outdoor grill will be stationed at the east end of the park cooking up three different kabobs (Tajin chicken thighs, spicy Thai beef and Brazilian Parmesan pork), and traditional Mexican street corn with cilantro, fresh lime, Cotija cheese, hot sauce and seasoned mayo.
Hooray for the long weekend! Having Monday off means we can really have a Sunday Funday with no limits. Or an even crazier Saturday and two full days to recuperate. Of course, just because it’s the weekend doesn’t mean you have to throw all inhibitions aside, but wherever you fall on the sliding scale of shenanigans, you’ll find lots to occupy your time this first weekend in September.
Let someone else man the Labor Day Weekend grill –
Saturday, September 4 – Sunday, September 5, Trinity Groves
Globally inspired wood-fired meats (including Thai Beef, Tajin Chicken Thighs, and Brazilian Parmesan Pork) will be available courtesy of an outdoor grill set-up on the east side of the new ArtPark at Trinity Groves all weekend long. You can also order craft beers, cocktails, and wine from the on-site restaurant along with the regular full menu of bar favorites. Cost: No cover; menu prices vary
The friendly folks at ArtPark at Trinity Groves are open all week, and ready to tempt us with a new happy hour featuring food/drink specials plus grill masters on site for Labor Day weekend.
Labor Day is nearly upon us, which is your cue to sit back, relax and enjoy the holiday. Fortunately, the holiday celebration starts early at Trinity Groves. The West Dallas dining destination is hosting a two-day party in ArtPark featuring wood-fired meats, sides and drinks. Such things pair perfectly with the park’s spacious setting, where you’ll find green grass, colorful patio tables, lawn games and a shipping container bar.
Andrews Distributing delivered kegs to bars and restaurants today, including The Crafty Irishman, Ye Olde Scarlet Pumpernickle Tavern, Cane Rosso, Katy Trail Ice House, Twin Peaks and ArtPark at Trinity Groves, Lakewood Growlers and a host of other places.
Other bars pouring Yuengling include: El Arroyo in Arlington; Bedford Ice House, BoomerJack’s; Sidecar Social in Addison; Uptown Pub in Dallas; ArtPark (the beer garden at Trinity Groves) in West Dallas; and Twin Peaks.
Trinity Groves invites you to come out to support Dallas’ next generation of young businessmen and experience history in the making. They know you will want to return again and again. Central to the Trinity Groves plan is the restaurant concept incubator program, which promotes chefs and restaurateurs to create and present unique restaurant concepts to a team of experienced caterers who will then promote them to bring their ideas to reality.
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ArtPark – This beer garden in Trinity Groves, which features picnic tables and a shipping container bar, will have all of its 30 TVs tuned to the Olympics during the summer games. Menu items include beer, frozen cocktails, burgers, chicken sandwiches, and hotdogs.
A restaurant worker cleans a table at Beto & Son at Trinity Groves in Dallas. Nationwide, hotels and restaurants had over 1.2 million job openings in May, about 441,000 more than before the pandemic. Employers believe that more immigration could alleviate the labor shortage.
Although the Trinity Groves restaurant complex already had ample patio areas, its owners have found a way to further capitalize on increased demand for outdoor dining with ArtPark, its newest concept, which opened Tuesday. When Phil Romano and his team envisioned ArtPark, they must have asked themselves, “How can we put everything anyone could need for a day or night of food, drinks and fun outdoors in one place?”