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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.
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Longtime diners at Bob’s Steak & Chop House should be thrilled to know that original restaurant runner Robert “Bob” Sambol is back in charge at his new Trinity Groves concept. The Hall is a 100-seat saloon and steakhouse taking its name from the collegiate sports halls of fame, celebrating the best of college athletics. A sports bar with steak? Should do just fine.
While Bishop Arts has been the Metroplex’s hipster haven for years, it’s become too trendy and commercial for a lot of folks. Which is why all the cool kids are moving west of the Trinity River, across Dallas’ iconic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, to Trinity Groves.