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ArtPark at Trinity Groves – Head to Trinity Groves on Texas-OU weekend (October 9) for an outdoor watch party including drink specials, live music, and game day foods (hot dogs, burgers, etc.) There will be happy hour pricing all day long on Spindletap draft beers and buckets, as well as smoked meats. After the game, jazz artist Jenna Clark will perform from 7 pm to 9 pm. Following, DJ Menace and Medz the Drummer will be there until close.

Holy Crust – Trinity Groves – From famed Dallas restaurateur Phil Romano comes this retro, red-and-white-table-cloth outfit rife with delightful quirks like $3 pours of jug wine sold on the honor system and traditional Italian dishes turned into pizza toppings (i.e. Shrimp Fra Diavolo, Antipasto, and Chicken and Bacon Alfredo, among others). Plus, the spacious patio—sporting both covered and uncovered seating—remains a big draw. How to book: Stop by for first come, first served seating, or get delivery via Uber Eats.

In partnership with Hilton Anatole and VisitDallas, Enchant Christmas is giving away a holiday getaway like no other. One lucky winner, and three guests, kick off the festive season at Enchant’s Grand Opening – it’s the most wonderful time of the year, to have the most wonderful time of the year. A two night stay at the beautiful Hilton Anatole transports guests to the heart of North Pole, Texas. The perfect holiday destination, Dallas offers everything from the classics like Reunion Tower, Fair Park and Perot Museum of Nature and Science, to new experiences in must-see spots like Trinity Groves and the Design District. To enter, visit EnchantChristmas.com/Weekend-of-Wonder now through October 24, 2021.

Art Park Trinity Groves – The colorful patio is the newest addition to the Trinity Groves lineup, and this one brings a large outdoor space with art, lawn games and great cocktails. The menu is simple, but that doesn’t mean it skimps on taste! The Hoffman hotdog and sweet potato fries are great for a pair of kids to share, while the Art Park Bombs (bacon-wrapped chicken bites) and a cheeseburger are a must-have for the adults in the group. ArtPark is also a great place to watch a Cowboys game this season, thanks to plenty of TVs scattered throughout. Check out our Instagram Reel for a closer look!

…The artist-run sculpture park is located in West Dallas’ Tin District, an emerging creative arts enclave that has sprung up in the former metal fabrication yards near Trinity Groves.

Grab dinner with a view at Trinity Groves – If you’re set on the whole get-to-know-you-over-a-meal thing, at least pair it with a nice view. In the Trinity Groves area, you have your pick of restaurants, from Beto and Son for a liquid nitro margarita and Tex-Mex to all-things-avocado at AvoEatery and the brand new ArtPark beer garden. Then walk over to the Ron Kirk Pedestrian Bridge for a romantic Bridgerton-worthy promenade set against one of the best panoramas of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge and the majestic Dallas skyline.

Dallas Oktoberfest at Trinity Groves – Dallasites101 is also hosting an Oktoberfest celebration at ArtPark Trinity Groves on Friday and Saturday with beer, pretzels, and live music. There will be a stein-holding competition and lots of Sam Adams brews. Tickets start at $15 for one day entry with a tumbler and two Sam Adams Oktoberfest beers.

Friday, September 24 – Oktoberfest at ArtPark Trinity Groves
In true Oktoberfest fashion, the colorful beer garden at Trinity Groves will host live music all day and stein-holding contests and will serve specialty German fare and beer. Tickets start at $15 for entry, which includes a beer tumbler and two Sam Adams Oktoberfest beers. Upgrade to a stein for $20 or two-day admission with three beers for $25. The evening event will run from 6 to 11 pm on both Friday and Saturday.

…Fabrication Yard in Trinity Groves. For people who haven’t been over there, that’s a really cool spot you can go and see.
Trinity Groves commissions artists to paint murals, but if you go out there on any given day or weekend there’s a bunch of metal warehouses where you’ll find up-and-coming graffiti artists and seasoned muralists, all just kind of out there creating work on the buildings. A lot of the time they’ll paint over other work and collaborate, and that’s kind of an untouched spot. It’s always cool to see what’s going on over there.

Your Labor Day weekend can be full of fun whether you’re grilling at home, chowing down on barbecue, hankering for some great live music or on the hunt for a pool party. There’s plenty of great food for celebrating and extra brunch opportunities, because what are holiday weekends for if not brunch?
Labor Day Grilling Party at ArtPark – 331 Singleton Blvd #100 (Trinity Groves)

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