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Trinity Groves describes itself as a “restaurant, retail, artist and entertainment” destination. I got that directly from their website:https://www.trinitygroves.com/ I think we’re all AWARE that there’s a cool collection of restaurants over by the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge but most of my friends don’t frequent that area. That’s because most of us have kids and...
One of America's most successful food entrepreneurs' is looking for the next national restaurant chain. Starting your own restaurant is a big gamble: 4,000 restaurants opened in 2013 and chances are that 1-in-4 of them won't last a year. Now, Phil Romano, founder of more than 20 national chain restaurants including Macaroni Grill, Fuddruckers and...
For close to 85 years drivers have used the Continental Avenue Bridge to get from downtown to West Dallas, paying little attention to the river below. But beginning Sunday you’ll be able to stand on the bridge and stare at the Trinity River for as long as you like — or, at least, from 5 a.m....
Robert Shaw kicked off the housing boom in Dallas’ Uptown district. And the developer has built thousands of successful urban-style apartments in suburban locations, including Addison and Plano. No wonder then that his latest move — to jump the Trinity River with a major project in West Dallas — is attracting a lot of attention....
Some well-known partners have joined the Dallas Trinity Groves Project. The development on Singleton Boulevard at the west end of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge is only restaurants now, but the new partners will help take it to the next level. View the whole story on NBCDFW.com

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Can food revitalize an ailing neighborhood? In Dallas, global flavors seem to be playing a pretty big part in one area’s transformation. For decades, West Dallas was a ramshackle place: a Superfund site with a cement plant, some crime-ridden warehouses and a modest Latino neighborhood known as La Bajada across a potholed two-lane bridge from...
Something’s definitely working right at Kitchen LTO, Casie Caldwell’s “permanent pop-up” restaurant at Trinity Groves. In its second four-month cycle, with Eric Shelton in charge of the kitchen, the place looks and feels — and tastes — like a place to be. At lunchtime on a balmy day last week, the patio was hopping. So...
The last six months have birthed a slew of terrifically buzzy restaurants in every corner of the city, all of which have proven to be gastronomic game changers in their own way. Here are our picks for the 10 hottest spots in town. 7. Kitchen LTO Why It’s Hot: The permanent pop-up restaurant at Trinity Groves...
Restaurants are notoriously bad at the Internet. They have terrible websites, yell at customers on review sites, and some still ignore the web altogether. Social media provides a unique opportunity for restaurants, who can use sites like Facebook and Twitter to push out their menus and best dishes to potential customers in real-time. And some...
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