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An avocado-themed restaurant is opening in West Dallas on Thursday. According to a report by the Dallas Morning News, AvoEatery will open in Trinity Groves, northwest of the intersection of Interstate 30 and Interstate 35E. The restaurant’s menu will feature 29 dishes made with avocados, even desserts, the Dallas Morning News Reports.
When a restaurant called AvoEatery opens Thursday, Jan. 30 in West Dallas, its menu will boast 29 recipes utilizing avocados. Yes, 29 dishes featuring the green superfruit. Even desserts.
Nestled at the foot of Dallas’ Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge lies Trinity Groves, a veritable dining theme park of chef-driven incubator restaurant concepts. Here, you’ll find just about every cuisine under the sun, from vegan fare at V-Eats to modern Mexican food at Beto & Son to old-school New York Italian dishes at Saint Rocco’s.
Where to make a reservation tonight, tomorrow, this weekend. #11 – K’s House Grill & BBQ at Trinity Groves
Where to fuel up on 100% veggie-based fare. #8 – V-Eats Modern Vegan at Trinity Groves
Whether you’re ducking into an air-conditioned oasis for a scoop of gelato or placing an order for a box of highly-Instagrammable cupcakes, Dallas pretty much has the Metroplex beat when it comes to unique ways to satisfy that sweet tooth. So if you’re ready to impress a date, pick a place that the whole gang will love, or try something a little crazy… these are the spots you’ll wanna bookmark now.
A new month has arrived, which means that it’s time for a fresh update of the Eater Dallas Heatmap, a monthly guide to the city’s hottest restaurants intended to answer the age-old question: “Where should I eat tonight?”
Your dog is a very good boy. Or very good girl. Don’t you want to let the dog have its day? We sniffed out the best dog-friendly patios in Dallas, no matter if you’ve got a lap dog, a napping dog or a struttin’ mutt with a fancy haircut.
The oppressive heat of summer is in full swing, which means that Dallasites will begrudgingly trade in their typical diet of burgers, barbecue, and Tex-Mex for something a little lighter. Not because we’re all trying to get healthy, but because it’s about to be too damn hot to eat anything too heavy.
Summer is here, and if there’s one thing nobody wants, it’s the same old, same old. Forget our usual (though thoroughly credible and fastidiously sourced) 10-hottest-new-restaurants-in-town. The occasion calls for a departure from tradition.