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One of the hardest questions you’ll ever have to face in our known universe is this: “What do you want to eat?” In Dallas, it’s like solving a puzzle left on a chalkboard for a Matt Damon character.
What’s on the docket for this week’s food events? Lots of drinking and brunching. Plus, there’s a philanthropic, family-style dinner with a great chef lineup to end the week.
Chef Omar Flores has raised the bar on tapas in Dallas. Everything from the splendid Spanish cheese and meat platters to the complex plates such as cauliflower confit and bacalao is spectacular. Great for groups who like to share. Nice selection of Spanish wine and a long list of sherries.
Trinity Groves is a multiphase redevelopment effort of a former warehouse and light-industrial site that began with a 10.3-acre restaurant/specialty food incubator and destination. The project is located along the Trinity River, across from downtown Dallas, at the base of the new and iconic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in West Dallas.
Legendary restaurateur and entrepreneur Phil Romano shares his Horatio Alger like story and how it’s affected every aspect of his life.
Phil Romano’s Recipe for Success at Trinity Groves
This Italian restaurant comes from Trinity Groves founder Phil Romano and Jay Valley, corporate chef of Eatzi’s.
The Fuddruckers and Macaroni Grill creator and longtime restaurateur made the list not for the reasons some may think. His current venture, 15-acre Trinity Groves, built up an underdeveloped community from nothing when it first launched in spring 2014.
The gist: Anyone who’s lived in Dallas for any length of time knows the name Bob’s Steak & Chop House. Bob Sambol, founder of that iconic local chain, is back on the scene with a saloon-style eatery in the bustling Trinity Groves. And, of course, he’s serving plenty of steak.