More news from the folks at Trinity Groves, and this time there is competition in the air. Look for an NCAA bracket-style throw-down between all the restaurants starting July 11 (tentative), and continue each week until the last restaurant standing will face off Sharon Van Meter, owner and chef at 3015. The competition is called the Fork Fight Battle.
The events are still being finalized, but the group should meet each Thursday with a head-to-head competition that includes cocktails, and a wine paired four course meal from each restaurant.
We were able to sniff out the bracket sheet (below) and the action looks exciting. There is not a final cost on each event, but we were told that if you wanted to attend each of the dinners there would be a package price.
The first throw-down will be between Souk and Casa Rubia, which promises heavy excitement. Those attending the dinners will decide the fate of each restaurant. This is a fun way to get to know your restaurateurs in Trinity Groves and prepare for the onslaught of openings that begin in August.
Who will win this heated battle for a giant fork?