Trinity Groves Re-Opens, Adds New Restaurants

Trinity Groves is Dallas’s most diverse and exciting dining destination, with concepts offering everything from Tex-Mex and Chinese to New York-style Italian food. And though the world has changed over the past six months, Trinity Groves keeps on innovating with offers like its robust delivery business and to-go cocktails. Today, that spirit continues with the launch of two new concepts and the reopening of two more.

Hula Girl Poke and LB Wings are now open at Trinity Groves, providing fresh poke and wings-by-the-pound, respectively. Local residents will also be happy to know that Babb Brothers BBQ and V-Eats have reopened for business, serving a refreshed menu that regulars and newcomers alike will love.

At the moment, each of the four restaurants is open for pickup and delivery only. They are taking call-in and online orders and are available for delivery via the ChowNow, Uber Eats and Postmates platforms. Given the shared location of the concepts, diners can conveniently place one order for multiple cuisines, and drive to one location or pay just one delivery fee.

See below for more information on each restaurant.

Hula Girl Poke

Hula Girl Poke specializes in fresh fish and locally sourced ingredients. Build your own Poke Bowl and select your choice of marinated fish, rice, sauce and toppings. Or try one of our Signature Bowls, like the Hawaiian Bowl with white rice, fresh tuna, green onion, carrots, cucumber and pineapple with a flavorful poke sauce. / 469-405-6726 / @hulagirlpoke

LB Wings

LB Wings is primed to be your new favorite wings restaurant, with wings and tenders served by the pound (1 pound = 6 wings or tenders). With flavors ranging   from classics like buffalo and lemon pepper to original recipes like spicy orange sambal and green curry, there’s something for everyone. To complement those wings, LB is also featuring a large selection of sides, including cole slaw, fried okra, bourbon corn, mac ‘n cheese and potato salad. / 469-405-9048 / @lgwingsbythepound

Babbs Brothers BBQ

Dry-rubbed in a secret ancho-based recipe for 24 hours and then mesquite smoked in-house for another 16 hours, Babbs Brothers BBQ dishes out meat with serious flavor. Make a plate with brisket, ribs, pork shoulder or chicken, and pair it with your favorite sides, like boracho beans, crispy fries or a baked potato. If you’re serving a crowd, try the Full Babb, which includes two pounds of meat, four sides and four sodas for $65. / 469-405-4028 / @babbbrothers


V-Eats believes in the power of plants, but also believes that plants should taste good        and be treated with care. Their menu includes a power bowl packed with plant            proteins, an Impossible Burger that tastes just like the real thing, avocado frites,    chickpea-dusted cauliflower bites, rice flour-breaded shiitake mushrooms and more. / 469-405-6412 / @veatsdallas

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