Halloween comes around just once per year, but Trinity Groves is ensuring you make the most of it by starting the celebration one day early. On Saturday, October 30, the dining destination that features some of the city’s best restaurants with views and its only art-themed beer garden is pulling out all the stops for kids and adults alike. Throughout the day, Trinity Groves restaurants and shops will offer candy for the kids, food and drinks specials and fun photo opps.
Each venue with a pumpkin outside the door is handing out candy, so bring the whole family for a little trick-or-treating and keep your eyes peeled, then stay for lunch or dinner. See all the offerings below, and make your plans to partake in the merriment on October 30.
Trinity Groves is a treasure trove of good food, from top-notch Italian to modern Chinese. Soon, the West Dallas dining destination will expand with Milagro, a new taco-focused restaurant from Jesus Carmona, the chef behind the beloved Tacos Mariachi, that is slated to open this month.
Tacos Mariachi opened in 2015 on Singleton Boulevard, just down the street from Trinity Groves, and it quickly drew a loyal crowd of diners—it even drew in Guy Fieri, who featured the show on “Diners, Drive-In and Dives.” Unfortunately, Carmona had to close his restaurant in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. So, Carmona focused his attention on his Argentinian bistro in the Bishop Arts District, Chimichurri. Shortly after opening, Carmona was contacted by the Trinity Groves group to relocate the original Tacos Mariachi two blocks down to the new retail space located in Phase Two of the new apartment buildings.
Trinity Groves launched as an exciting, entrepreneurial concept, and that creative energy still permeates everything the restaurant development does. That can be seen in its diverse tenets as well as unique offerings that continue to surprise and delight patrons each day. See below for the latest fun initiatives: Cake Bar’s whole cake vending machine and Saint Rocco’s buzzy new menu items.
Easter is quickly approaching, which means you’re going to need some fun treats for the occasion. Kate Weiser Chocolate is DFW’s go-to spot for creative seasonal goodies, including speckled chocolate-filled eggs, multi-flavored bonbons, and a white chocolate chicken. But it’s also the place to go for llamas.
On Saturday, April 3, Kate Weiser Chocolate at Trinity Groves is hosting a fun outdoor event for the whole family. The patio will welcome a petting zoo with a llama, alpaca, bunnies, chicks, goats and even a mini pig. The adorable levels will be off the charts.
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.