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The beer garden and Art Park are expected to open in June 2021. Picture this: Restaurateur Phil Romano drives his Bentley SUV down Fabrication Street in West Dallas, where a handful of artists are spray-painting a building with graffiti. That building is owned by Romano and his investment partners, but Romano isn’t there to tell them to leave.
Dallas, Texas is more than a sum of its parts. This sprawling city has plenty of elbow room for its neighborhoods, giving each a distinct flavor that captures a different aspect of the city’s complex character. From historic blues hotbed Deep Ellum to cosmopolitan, monied corners like Highland Park, from hip contemporary developments like Trinity Groves to the Hispanic heritage of Oak Cliff, there’s a lot to see and do.
Business owners from Trinity Groves show how they’ve come together to help each other during the pandemic and they have the perfect area to social-distance and serve guests.
Changes are coming to Trinity Groves in Dallas. The foodie destination will no longer act as an incubator for up-and-coming chefs. But, owners say new concepts are coming in spite of COVID-19. And they’re grateful that customers keep coming out — or picking up — as well.
Holy Crust brings creative and classic pies to the restaurant development… a new pizza joint in which pizzas are constructed using a creative and unusual method, is opening next week in Trinity Groves.
A pizza place going with a divine theme opens Aug. 6 in Trinity Groves. Holy Crust is Phil Romano’s latest restaurant, and it’s geared toward the pizza his mother used to make for him growing up — “so, exactly how he believes pizza should be,” according to a release Tuesday.
The founder of Nick & Sam’s Steakhouse and a slew of other successful restaurants has another couple of tasty bites up his sleeve: pizzas with pour-your-own jug wines. Phil Romano, who also launched Eatzi’s, Fuddruckers, and the Macaroni Grill chain (he’s the Romano of “Romano’s Macaroni Grill” fame), will debut Holy Crust Pizza on Thursday, August 6, in the former LUCK space at Trinity Groves.
Trinity Groves features some of Dallas’s most exciting restaurant concepts and is one of the city’s best spots for outdoor dining. That all continues with the opening of Holy Crust on Thursday, August 6. It’s the latest concept from Phil Romano, and it pays homage to the type of pizza his mother used to make him growing up—so, exactly how he believes pizza should be.
West Dallas restaurant incubator Trinity Groves is rolling out a new eatery featuring the pandemic-friendly cuisine of pizza. Called Holy Crust, it’s a concept by Trinity Groves founder Phil Romano that he says pays homage to the type of pizza his mother used to make him growing up.
Trinity Groves, the restaurant and entertainment center in West Dallas, has a new activity that seems made for social distancing: a trapeze. Skyline Trapeze, which claims in a release to be Dallas’ only trapeze rig and aerial training facility, has opened to the public, at 2720 Bataan St., formerly home to West Dallas Floors.