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In this week’s round-up of DFW food news, one of the area’s biggest breweries sells to an Austin company, another brewery shutters, new restaurants are coming to West Dallas and more.
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After being a corporate chef for over 20 years, an opportunity presented itself to open a restaurant at Trinity Groves with my son Julian.
Cypress at Trinity Groves is a mixed-use development located on Singleton Blvd. across from Trinity Groves. The 33,000-square-foot space, dedicated to street-level restaurants and retail, is 70 percent leased.
Also, a new coffee shop called Dulcet Cafe just opened. Cypress at Trinity Groves has announced another exciting eatery will be joining the mixed use development this summer: K’s House.
Three new restaurants are opening at Cypress at Trinity Groves this month. Cypress at Trinity Groves is the first mixed-use project in the West Dallas development, directly across Singleton Boulevard from the Trinity Groves restaurants. Phase 1 includes apartments (352 units, fully leased) and 33K SF of retail/restaurant space, which is now 70% leased. The new restaurants are: Dulcet Café, an artisan coffee and pastry shop in 2,655 SF. BingBox Snow Cream, a 1,330 SF dessert shop. This is the company’s first U.S. location outside of New York City. Steam Theory Brewing Co., opening an 8K SF restaurant and tasting room. Phase 2 of Cypress at Trinity Groves will add 300 apartment units and 12K SF of retail, plus a “new product offering of unique live-work spaces” to deliver late this year and early next, according to a statement by Trinity Groves.
Cypress at Trinity Groves is on the rise. The West Dallas mixed use development will welcome three new restaurants in June — an artisan coffee shop, a dessert shop and a brewery.
Look for kebabs, rotisserie lamb, and more at Souk: A Kebab House. Longtime Trinity Groves Mediterranean outpost, Souk, reopened over the weekend as a grill-focused eatery with an updated moniker.
A new cafe doing pour-over coffee and cookies baked to order has opened in West Dallas. Called Dulcet Café & Bakery, it’s the brainchild of Samantha Kang, who has done coffee shops in the past in coffee-centric cities such as Seattle and Chicago.
West Dallas’ popular Trinity Groves has landed three new restaurants in the Cypress at Trinity Groves apartments.
A restaurant at Trinity Groves, the mixed-use center in West Dallas, is re-inventing itself. Souk, which was also one of the original Trinity Groves restaurants, will re-brand itself as Souk: A Kebab House. The change will take place June 9. That gives you one more day to enjoy the old Souk.