by Steven Doyle
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
In the wake of the coronavirus crisis, restaurants all over DFW—and the country—have been forced to quickly pivot their business models or close down completely. So now is an unusual time to open a new restaurant. And yet… Trinity Groves is ready to unveil Sum Dang Good Chinese, the new restaurant that has taken over the old Chino space. It will debut on Wednesday, April 1 with its full menu of food and drinks available for curbside pickup (call 469-638-8930) and delivery via Uber Eats, Grubhub, Favor, Caviar, DoorDash and Postmates. 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. Continue reading
Kate Weiser is known for producing the prettiest and tastiest chocolates in town. But her beautiful art-like bonbons draw attention around the world, including from New York artist Trina Merry. Known for her intricate body painting work, Merry was inspired by Kate Weiser’s gorgeous bonbons and will be coming to Dallas for a collaborative event. Continue reading
Brunch is the most important meal of the day. So to ensure everyone gets their weekend fix, Saint Rocco’s is launching a new Sunday brunch buffet on March 7 that is stocked with all manner of delicious dishes. For just $25, diners can get their fill of Italian meats and cheeses, breakfast favorites like sausage and French toast, and hearty entrees like baked pasta and salmon. Desserts too, of course. And yet, somehow, that’s not even the best part. Continue reading