by Steven Doyle
More attention is being heaped on the Trinity Groves area of West Dallas, you know, the future culinary playground on the west side of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Today Chef Ryan Barnett announced he will be doing one of his signature pop-up dinners at 3015, the first venue to open at Trinity Groves. The pop-up is planned for December 17, 2012 starting at 7:30pm.
Barnett has a passion for French cuisine and has mentioned that he would like to open his own restaurant in Trinity Groves. We will continue to follow the progress there, but for now it is a pop-up bistro he calls Marche.
The dinner will begin with Fruit de Mer which will include wild caught salmon, stone crab, lamb’s ear lettuce, and baby greens. The dinner will continue the French theme with a duo of duck and house-made Andouille. Guests will also enjoy Barnett’s Beef en Croute made from pasture beef, Pacific Northwest duxelles and Texas new potatoes.
The dinner will finish with Coque de Crème with pecan crème, gingerbread, and North Dallas honey.
The pop-up dinner will most assuredly sell out quickly as this is a terrific bargain at $60 per person. The dinner is BYOB as with almost all pop-ups, and you can nab a reservation by calling the chef directly at 214-707-6986 or emailing info@ChefRyanBarnett.com.