A colorful outdoor graffiti garden serving cocktails, beer, and various frozen concoctions. ArtPark features works from renowned local art institutions and nearby Dallas Tin District, a once industrial area that now houses galleries, studios, and art spaces that attract leading contemporary artists as well as emerging talent. Guests can pick up food from any of the adjoining restaurants and walk a few steps to relax and enjoy it in a vibrant park that’s drawn rave reviews. And, since Dallas is repeatedly recognized as one of America’s top destinations for foodies, Trinity Groves is well stocked with places to eat, drink, and be merry.
Local New American cuisine is the focus of the restaurant, which opened in August, and is a stunning new dining spot with whimsical touches designed for picturesque moments. Singer LeeAnn Rimes was spotted at Lexy’s this summer. Dishes include wagyu and produce sourced from Profound Foods, and the menu is influenced by the experiences and travels of husband- and-wife team Alexa (Lexy) and Julian Rodarte. High Tea at Lexy’s is made with dry ice and premium Altos tequila, hibiscus, and CBD. It’s sensational.
Nitro Burger is the newest restaurant in the eclectic Trinity Groves neighborhood. We're putting a fresh new spin on the classic American favorite, burgers and milkshakes!
With a red, white, and black New York vibe, the restaurant occupies three floors. The first floor is the main dining room, and the second level is an ideal event space topped by a partially enclosed third floor. Specialties include pasta Bolognese, lasagna (there is a vegan version, too), and cavatappi with sausage. Sip wines on tap, a smoked espresso martini, or Saint Rocco’s signature Holy Water, a concoction of Absolut Vodka, rum, and blue Curacao that’s the bar’s official rooftop drink.
Opened in 2016 by the father-and-son chef team of Beto and Julian Rodarte, this exciting, award-winning “new generation of Mexican food” is a joy, particularly in a metropolitan area peppered with old-school Tex-Mex. The pair’s unique take on standard fare includes fire-roasted guacamole mixed table side, inventive salad towers, broth, bowls, and more. Be sure and sample the Avion tequila liquid nitrogen margarita, shaken table side with fresh-squeezed lime and agave.
Crowned Best Boxed Bonbons by Forbes and featured on Oprah’s 2018 Favorite Things, Kate Weiser Chocolate is where art and chocolate combine for the perfect pairing. With multiple locations throughout DFW and a partnership with Neiman Marcus, Kate’s hand-painted, creative gourmet chocolates are a go-to for edible gifts. The brand quickly became a local favorite after its Trinity Groves debut in 2014.
Georgia-reared baker Tracy German calls her products the “cakes you grew up with” with a Southern flair. “Making food for people is a very personal thing, and it connects you to every person,” she says. That’s evident in her confections: Carrot, red velvet, chocolate, coconut, hummingbird (pecan, pineapple, banana and cinnamon with cream cheese frosting), key lime, Neapolitan, and more are delicious cakes made with love.
Opened in 2020, the restaurant has regulars raving about its soup dumplings, crab rangoon, crispy spicy beef, pepper beef, and fresh pulled noodles paired with craft cocktails like frosé all day, prosecco pop, and sake bombs. Dining in is a relaxing treat, and there are also take out and delivery options.
Pizza isn’t exclusively for Italians. For centuries people around the globe have loved the flavors and texture of a well-constructed pie. Opened in 2020, the pizza prophets here have added unique combos like beef and blue cheese and taken the cuisine to lofty new levels, including a bold 28-inch pie, one of the city’s largest pizzas.
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