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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.
Cypress at Trinity Groves is on the rise. The West Dallas mixed use development will welcome three new restaurants in June — an artisan coffee shop, a dessert shop and a brewery.
Look for kebabs, rotisserie lamb, and more at Souk: A Kebab House. Longtime Trinity Groves Mediterranean outpost, Souk, reopened over the weekend as a grill-focused eatery with an updated moniker.
A new cafe doing pour-over coffee and cookies baked to order has opened in West Dallas. Called Dulcet Café & Bakery, it’s the brainchild of Samantha Kang, who has done coffee shops in the past in coffee-centric cities such as Seattle and Chicago.
West Dallas’ popular Trinity Groves has landed three new restaurants in the Cypress at Trinity Groves apartments.
A restaurant at Trinity Groves, the mixed-use center in West Dallas, is re-inventing itself. Souk, which was also one of the original Trinity Groves restaurants, will re-brand itself as Souk: A Kebab House. The change will take place June 9. That gives you one more day to enjoy the old Souk.
Chef Daniel Pittman from LUCK in Trinity Groves stops by Good Day to make smoked pork sliders topped with peach salsa, cilantro and serrano peppers. It’s one of several dishes you’ll find at Taste of Dallas on June 22.
Each spoonful of the Korean treat is supposed to taste like “just-fallen snow”. An incredibly colorful new dessert spot is opening in Dallas next week. New York City’s BingBox Snow Cream Co. is opening in Trinity Groves at 340 Singleton Blvd. Suite 107 on June 15. The specialty here is Korean shaved ice or bingsu, which is designed to have the texture of “just-fallen snow,” according to a press release.
Feelin’ hot, hot, hot? It’s summertime in Texas which means we’re all looking for ways to beat the heat! We’ve all heard of liquid nitrogen ice cream by now…but have you ever heard of liquid nitrogen alcoholic beverages? Beto and Son at Trinity Groves is doing just that with their table side, smooth as sorbet, margarita. This is something you have to experience for yourself.
See Chefs Julian & Sean from Beto & Son preparing delicious food!