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About a year after Trinity Groves lost its brewery — Four Corners, which moved to the Cedars and was recently acquired by the maker of Modelo and Corona — another brewery is opening up in the West Dallas restaurant incubator.
Trinity Groves is looking for passionate entrepreneurs that want to start a new business. After years of success from the Restaurant Incubator Program, they are searching for the next big ideas. This time, they’re looking not only for restaurants, but also for unique retail concepts.
Trinity Groves is on the hunt for new restaurant and retail concepts to join its restaurant incubator program. The West Dallas entertainment destination near Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge is currently home to 13 restaurant and retail shops. But Bob Sambol, operations manager at Trinity Groves, said it is time for more — up to five more, specifically.
If you’re looking for superior French toast, you’re in LUCK. Literally. You’ll find LUCK, which stands for Local Urban Craft Kitchen, among the long strip of restaurants in Trinity Groves. It offers 40 beers on tap and a full menu — along with a brunch menu that makes it worth skipping church.
Do you love the smell of freshly baked bread and pastries? Then you’re going to want to know about the newest bakeries in Dallas. The next time you’re craving some freshly baked goods, head to one of these new spots, where you can have your cake and eat it too.
In this week’s round-up of DFW food news, one of the area’s biggest breweries sells to an Austin company, another brewery shutters, new restaurants are coming to West Dallas and more.
Today we’d like to introduce you to Beto Rodarte. Beto, please share your story with us.
After being a corporate chef for over 20 years, an opportunity presented itself to open a restaurant at Trinity Groves with my son Julian.
Cypress at Trinity Groves is a mixed-use development located on Singleton Blvd. across from Trinity Groves. The 33,000-square-foot space, dedicated to street-level restaurants and retail, is 70 percent leased.
Also, a new coffee shop called Dulcet Cafe just opened. Cypress at Trinity Groves has announced another exciting eatery will be joining the mixed use development this summer: K’s House.
Three new restaurants are opening at Cypress at Trinity Groves this month. Cypress at Trinity Groves is the first mixed-use project in the West Dallas development, directly across Singleton Boulevard from the Trinity Groves restaurants. Phase 1 includes apartments (352 units, fully leased) and 33K SF of retail/restaurant space, which is now 70% leased. The new restaurants are: Dulcet Café, an artisan coffee and pastry shop in 2,655 SF. BingBox Snow Cream, a 1,330 SF dessert shop. This is the company’s first U.S. location outside of New York City. Steam Theory Brewing Co., opening an 8K SF restaurant and tasting room. Phase 2 of Cypress at Trinity Groves will add 300 apartment units and 12K SF of retail, plus a “new product offering of unique live-work spaces” to deliver late this year and early next, according to a statement by Trinity Groves.