Trinity Groves Is Grilling in the Park This Labor Day Weekend

Labor Day is nearly upon us, which is your cue to sit back, relax and enjoy the holiday. Fortunately, the holiday celebration starts early at Trinity Groves. The West Dallas dining destination is hosting a two-day party in ArtPark featuring wood-fired meats, sides and drinks. Such things pair perfectly with the park’s spacious setting, where you’ll find green grass, colorful patio tables, lawn games and a shipping container bar.

On Saturday, September 4 and Sunday, September 5, ArtPark will feature an outdoor grill located on the east side of the park. Swing by for three different kabobs, including Tajin chicken thighs, spicy Thai beef and Brazilian Parmesan pork. The grill masters will also serve up traditional Mexican street corn with cilantro, fresh lime, Cotija cheese, hot sauce and seasoned mayo. You don’t want to miss this feast.

The bar will be pouring craft beers, wines and frozen cocktails, and the on-site restaurant at the west end of the property will still be serving its usual menu of delicious burgers, hot dogs, chicken sandwiches, Spaghetti-O fritters and other fun fare. So, there’s something for everyone, including the kids.

Clear your calendar of all obligations, except this one very important leisure-time activity. You deserve to rest, have fun and eat some grilled meat in Dallas’s favorite beer garden.

When:  September 4 and September 5 1 – 9 p.m.

Where: ArtPark 331 Singleton Blvd Dallas theartparktrinitygroves.com

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