Trinity Groves is known for creating some of the most exciting dining concepts in Dallas. But its restaurants can’t create delicious, finished plates without fresh ingredients. So, as people become more connected to their food sources and increasingly care about what goes into their bodies, Trinity Groves is excited to welcome the Promise of Peace farm, located just off Singleton Blvd at the western edge of the Trinity Groves complex.
The small farm is staffed by youth interns and community members, who grow a variety of seasonal ingredients—all without chemicals—to share with the neighborhood. These ingredients also go into the program’s “Soup It Forward” kits each month, in which fresh produce, broth and instructions are given to families in need, so they can make nourishing meals at home. La Bajada Farm also hosts volunteer opportunities, growing classes and garden tours.
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.
If you’re experiencing summer doldrums, need a break from the heat, or just want something to look forward to, we’ve got good news: There’s a holiday on the horizon. Best of all, it’s dedicated to everyone’s favorite food. Continue reading →
Trinity Groves features some of Dallas’s most exciting restaurant concepts and is one of the city’s best spots for outdoor dining. That all continues with the opening of Holy Crust on Thursday, August 6. It’s the latest concept from Phil Romano, and it pays homage to the type of pizza his mother used to make him growing up—so, exactly how he believes pizza should be. Continue reading →
Newest to Trinity Groves, Sum Dang Good Chinese has made a splash even during a pandemic with terrific Asian-American cuisine led by Chef Weigou Cai, a 40-year veteran of Chinese cuisine who was the former Executive Chef at Wu Wei Din and at the lauded Royal China. Continue reading →
Kate Weiser produces beautiful chocolates year-round, but Easter is a special time for her talents to shine. Known for her intricately hand-painted bonbons, candy bars and seasonal goodies, Weiser has cooked up a batch of new products that will be the highlight of everyone’s Easter basket this year.
The new treats include bunnies, multiple-size eggs, special bonbons and even a chocolate “carrot.” Each item is available at Trinity Groves for Curbside pickup as well as online and at Central Market. Be sure to secure your favorites. Continue reading →