3015 at Trinity Grove Hosts Grand Opening

by Steven Doyle

Chef Sharon Van Meter hosted a large group of friends and supporters at the grand opening of her new venue at Trinity Grove, 3015. 3015 is the name of the venue as well as the address and it will be the epicenter for large parties, charity events, team building projects, cooking demos and so much more. This is the first venue to open in Trinity Grove which is located just across the new Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge on the west side of Dallas. 

Trinity Grove is the brainchild of Phil Romano who is planning a community of restaurants, shops and even an amphitheater to revitalize the area just across the bridge. Some of the projects will be completed as early as January 2013.

The opening evening benefited Hunger Busters, Romano Concepts that provides evening meals for underprivileged children within the DISD area.  Guests were asked to donated $30.15 for entry, and a demonstration on how sandwiches were made and boxed carried on through the evening. The sandwiches made each day are made possible through donations of bread from Eatzi’s, and vegetables from Fresh Point.

Van Meter formerly owned the Milestone which was located on McKinney Ave near Knox. She also owns Svm Productions which does much of the production work for the Food Network. For more information on 3015 at Trinity Grove contact them via their website.

 

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