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The sun: shining. The birds: chirping. The al fresco drinking situation: robust. You don’t need a calendar to tell you that summer is nigh—that’s evident all around you, as patios and rooftop bars welcome people in with the promise of fresh air, icy cocktails, and scenic views. And after spending most of the past year inside our own homes, nothing feels more liberating than cracking open a cold one while soaking up some killer skyline views.
Trinity Groves, the former restaurant incubator in West Dallas, has added Art Park, a special place for outdoor drinking with family and pets that will take over the old parking lot along Singleton Boulevard.
Trinity Groves, the one-time restaurant incubator in West Dallas, has added Art Park, a dedicated spot for outdoor drinking with family and pets…
Trinity Groves, the one-time restaurant incubator in West Dallas, has added Art Park, a dedicated spot for outdoor drinking with family and pets that will take over the old parking lot running along Singleton Boulevard.
An artsy new destination is heading to Trinity Groves this summer. Art Park, an all-day outdoor hangout, will open in the restaurant-centric area by this June. The cocktail and burger spot is set to take over the former parking lot space on Singleton Boulevard, creating a new destination in the neighborhood for al fresco dining.
The beer garden and Art Park are expected to open in June 2021. Picture this: Restaurateur Phil Romano drives his Bentley SUV down Fabrication Street in West Dallas, where a handful of artists are spray-painting a building with graffiti. That building is owned by Romano and his investment partners, but Romano isn’t there to tell them to leave.
Dallas, Texas is more than a sum of its parts. This sprawling city has plenty of elbow room for its neighborhoods, giving each a distinct flavor that captures a different aspect of the city’s complex character. From historic blues hotbed Deep Ellum to cosmopolitan, monied corners like Highland Park, from hip contemporary developments like Trinity Groves to the Hispanic heritage of Oak Cliff, there’s a lot to see and do.
If you’re still feeling personally victimized by random sweet tooth cravings, CraveDFW reports that Cake Bar in Trinity Groves just added another cake vending machine — this one a second installment in addition to the first one it launched the start of the pandemic. Here’s the difference, though: This second vending machine’s got whole cakes, not just slices. Depending on the day’s selection, you can snatch five-inch and eight-inch offerings of flavors such as key lime, strawberry and chocolate. We wont judge if you still save the whole thing to eat by yourself, though.
Beto & Son – If you’re brunching for the ‘Gram, then few places will give your followers FOMO quite like the recently expanded Beto & Son, home to Insta-famous liquid nitrogen cocktails poured tableside for your snapping pleasure. Cop a spot on one of the best patios in town, complete with both covered and uncovered areas, for your chance to dig into the Sunday-only brunch spread. And don’t forget to stock up on carnitas and green chile hash, breakfast tortas, and hashbrown poutine brunch bowls—whatever it takes to absorb all that gorgeous frozen booze.
Business owners from Trinity Groves show how they’ve come together to help each other during the pandemic and they have the perfect area to social-distance and serve guests.