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D Magazine – Best Burgers in Dallas

Photo by Steven Visneau Usually grass-fed burgers tend to be drier, and it’s harder to achieve a medium-rare, reddish-pink center. So we never would have guessed the burger we scarfed down at LUCK was grass-fed. We ordered the 8-ounce patty gently seasoned with salt and pepper, cooked medium rare to rare, and the gorgeous burger—wrapped...

10 Essential Dallas Sushi Bars

Sushi Bayashi [Photo: Kyla Davidson] 4 Sushi Bayashi Another new addition to Dallas’ sushi scene, this Trinity Groves sushi bar offers “neighborhood Japanese dining” in a casual and communal environment. Pull up a spot at one of the big, shared tables, and order up a selection of sashimi that is both fresh and moderately priced....

When the Trinity River turns mighty, everyone becomes a filmmaker

Usually there are just a few folks spread out on the Continental Ave. Bridge on weekends — a mixed crowd of Trinity Groves diners walking off their meals, kids crawling on the playground and curious locals trying to find the Trinity River between the trees. But this weekend the Trinity was easily Dallas’ biggest tourist...

5 new restaurants opening this year in ‘dining theme park’ Trinity Groves

Trinity Groves’ newest restaurant, Sushi Bayashi (in center) just opened this week. By fall, Trinity Groves in West Dallas might be able to hang a “no vacancy” sign. The restaurant site has just a few storefronts left, and restaurateur and investor Phil Romano hopes new eateries will fill existing open spaces by August. Trinity Groves...

Former Kenichi chef adds sushi to the mix at Trinity Groves in Dallas

Sushi Bayashi, it opens February 10 and features authentic Japanese food from owner-operator Yuki Hirabayashi, former sushi chef at Kenichi in Victory Park. The menu includes sushi, sashimi and rolls, as well as chef specials such as Tokyo-style miso ramen, Japanese curries and the braised pork belly dish called buta-kakuni. A Japanese pumpkin appetizer is...

JAN 7th IS “TRINITY GROVES” REALLY FAMILY FRIENDLY? WE PUT IT TO THE TEST!

Trinity Groves describes itself as a “restaurant, retail, artist and entertainment” destination. I got that directly from their website:http://www.trinitygroves.com/ I think we’re all AWARE that there’s a cool collection of restaurants over by the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge but most of my friends don’t frequent that area. That’s because most of us have kids and...

The “Shark Tank” for restaurants

One of America's most successful food entrepreneurs' is looking for the next national restaurant chain. Starting your own restaurant is a big gamble: 4,000 restaurants opened in 2013 and chances are that 1-in-4 of them won't last a year. Now, Phil Romano, founder of more than 20 national chain restaurants including Macaroni Grill, Fuddruckers and...

In 1930 the Continental Bridge gave cars a new road to West Dallas. On Sunday it’s officially a park

For close to 85 years drivers have used the Continental Avenue Bridge to get from downtown to West Dallas, paying little attention to the river below. But beginning Sunday you’ll be able to stand on the bridge and stare at the Trinity River for as long as you like — or, at least, from 5 a.m....

Builder who launched Uptown boom sees promise in West Dallas

Robert Shaw kicked off the housing boom in Dallas’ Uptown district. And the developer has built thousands of successful urban-style apartments in suburban locations, including Addison and Plano. No wonder then that his latest move — to jump the Trinity River with a major project in West Dallas — is attracting a lot of attention....

Former Athletes Take Part in Trinity Groves Project

Some well-known partners have joined the Dallas Trinity Groves Project. The development on Singleton Boulevard at the west end of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge is only restaurants now, but the new partners will help take it to the next level. View the whole story on NBCDFW.com

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