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Kate Weiser, the Dallas chocolatier who did notable work for Chocolate Secrets on Oak Lawn Avenue, is launching her own eponymous spot at Trinity Groves. Kate Weiser Chocolates is slated to open in the fall, and Weiser will be sampling her artisanal chocolates at a tasting event at Trinity Groves on May 30. At her new spot, she’ll be doing filled…




WEST DALLAS — The craft beer scene has taken Dallas-Fort Worth by storm, so it was only a matter of time before connoisseurs started using the local brew in innovative ways. This summer, a new restaurant called LUCK (Local Urban Craft Kitchen) is setting up shop in Trinity Groves and serving up inventive dishes that…




In 2010, Joe Palladino’s phone rang. On the other end was Philip Romano, his partner in three Dallas restaurants, asking him to come out to the undeveloped 65-acre lot Romano co-owned in West Dallas, Texas. The restaurateur said he had something to show his friend. Palladino arrived to find Romano excitedly sketching out a development…




The attendees of Savor Trinity Groves, one leg in the Savor Dallas food festival series, partook in a one-of-a-kind experience Thursday night catered by nine new or soon-to-be restaurants in the neighborhood. Located at the base of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, Trinity Groves is an up-and-coming area dedicated to independent businesses. The vendors that participated in the event Thursday…






On March 4, 2012, the Monday after the weekend-long celebration that opened architect Santiago Calatrava’s bone-blanched Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, the neighborhood that found itself suddenly connected to the snarl of interstates a half-mile off, went back to looking the way it had for the better part of the previous century. West Dallas’ corrugated steel…




The first food-related tenant at Trinity Groves, a nascent food and entertainment district taking shape at the foot of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, makes its official debut Thursday. The brainchild of caterer and cooking instructor Sharon Van Meter, 3015 Trinity Groves will serve as the site of catered events, corporate team-building exercises and cooking…




Labor Day has been a federal holiday since 1894, and there’s nothing more American than taking the long weekend to relax and indulge in some quintessentially American food (except shopping, of course; the sales are terrific). At Trinity Groves, you can spend Friday through Monday touring the best our country has to offer, from food to…



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