Upon first opening in 2014, Trinity Groves has been a culinary incubator for some of Dallas’s most exciting concepts. The original idea was for restaurants to take up temporary residence before moving on to other things. Chino Chinatown, which opened six years ago, has proven to be one of the incubator’s most successful concepts, but now it’s time to move on.
We broke the news that Chino was to close on our Facebook some weeks ago. For more up-to-date restaurant information, please join us in conversation at the CraveDFW Facebook page where we are often first in Dallas to give restaurant updates. Continue reading →
Each week we ask the question, “What’s Eating Your Phone”? This is where we all can join in on the foodie fun and send in your latest dining photo that has you all jazzed. These are not necessarily limited to dining out, it can be from that last dinner party. And don’t think we discriminate against libations. Send in your favorite cocktail photo, too.
To be included in a future edition of What’s Eating Your Phone, send those photos to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. A brief description and location would be super helpful. Here are this week’s selections: Continue reading →
By now most of you have heard of the Trinity Groves project located just over the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge (affectionately known as Large Marge). I know this because most evenings require a reservation to beat the growing population that are clamoring to dine on the boardwalk that contains seven lovely restaurants. But what most don’t know is that nearly every restaurant is open for lunch and they are spreading great deals on the same cuisine you find in the evening. That means if you work downtown you can make a 3 minute drive (including the free parking) across that beautiful bridge and dine like kings. Continue reading →
How would you like to spend a week with two beautiful and talented celebrity chefs, Tiffany Derry and Uno Imminavong in the South America, wining and dining through Peru? You now have that opportunity. Peruvian restaurateur and master distiller at Pisco Porton and television sensation, Johnny Schuler will join you through Peru which is known for their immense variety and quality of its foo. Lima has been declared the Gastronomic Capital of Latin America. The gastronomic boom Peru is experiencing has led to an explosion of more successful and innovative restaurants than ever before. Lima is also where the cocktail, Pisco Sour, originated.
On this amazing tour, you will not only visit the top restaurants in the city, but also have classes in creating our own Pisco Sour cocktails with the topmost authority on this popular spirit, Johnny Schuler.
Some weeks I feel like the Dim Sum Zen Master. I get on a tear and nothing stops me from one of my local favorite dim sum spots. This weekend I have a new option, and I am excited to sample some of he new dishes that will be strolled around the dining room at Chino Chinatown in Trinity Groves starting this Sunday, February 9th. I spoke to Chino Chef Uno today and she promised to have some very interesting items plated in her steamer carts. Continue reading →
Delicious things are coming out of Trinity Groves. Have you tried the Duck Fat Fried Rice at Chino Chinatown, yet? Holy cow!
As if what Chino is putting on your plate each night isn’t enough, you may now enjoy lunch service Monday through Friday starting February 3, 2014, and Dim Sum on Sunday starting February 9, 2014. Dim Sum on Sundays will offer little tastes of Uno’s special brand of what’s good. Continue reading →