Trinity Groves – a West Dallas Foodie Mecca

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Lizzie Lau

Just across the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in West Dallas, you’ll find family-friendly Trinity Groves. A neighborhood with a trendy restaurant and retail development including a Restaurant Concept Incubator Program, where chefs test new restaurant concepts before determining whether or not they are successful enough to expand nationwide.

The area is undergoing a massive overhaul with chic condos over retail space turning Singleton Blvd into a contemporary urban neighborhood close to downtown and the city core. They are also expanding the park area beneath the bridge to include more bike and walking trails.

We were staying in the Trinity Groves area for two weeks, and took advantage of the Ronald Kirk Pedestrian Bridge, and the Trinity Skyline Trail for daily walks and bike rides. There are free activities like yoga and zumba on the bridge. Check the calendar here. At either end of the bridge you’ll find electric scooters for rent.

We didn’t get to try many of the restaurants in the incubator because Beto and Son caught our attention immediately, and we went back over and over.

Their ceviche is outstanding! We couldn’t get enough of it. Their margaritas are delicious too, and it’s no wonder they are listed as part of Dallas’ Margarita Mile. They put on a cool show table side with their liquid nitrogen margarita, but I opted for a margarita on the rocks, which comes with boba and a Tajin rim. So good. I was also reacquainted with chicharron, crispy pork cracklings, with an outstanding queso blanco dipping sauce.

The kids loved the chicken quesadillas, so much so that we took some to go for our flight back to Vancouver and ate them on the plane!

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Trinity Groves - a West Dallas Foodie Mecca