Trinity Groves Dining and Entertainment Guide

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Trinity Groves is a hot neighborhood at the moment, so jump on it before everyone else in Dallas discovers it! As the home of the Restaurant Concept Incubator Program, this area is devoted to exploring new dining ideas and executions. The culinary events center, a site for events, high-end catering, and classes, is also here, so foodies will never be bored.

Here are our top picks for a delicious end to your day just steps away from your new home:

Amberjax

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With fresh fish delivered twice daily, the Amberjax Fish Market & Grille is your number one stop for delicious seafood. You can buy fresh fish to take home at the market, or have it prepared for you in a delectable blend of Cajun and French style. Either way, Amberjax is the place for seafood in Trinity Groves.

Babbs Brothers BBQ

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If you’re looking to eat fall-off-the-bone, finger-licking delicious BBQ and hear the blues at the same time (and, really, who isn’t?), then Babbs Brothers is your new go-to. Featuring live blues every weekend, the atmosphere is as soulful as the food.

Beto & Son

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Billing itself as “next generation” Mexican food, this restaurant is run by a father and son who combine old family recipes with a fresh new vibe. All ingredients are sourced locally, sauces are made from scratch and the dishes are refreshingly modern with an artistic flair.

Souk

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You’ll be transported by the flavors at Souk to the Mediterranean, the Middle East and Western Europe – all areas that have influenced the Moroccan cuisine at this trendy restaurant. The hospitality is just as good as the elevated street food and the richly elegant décor.

Sushi Bayashi

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Enjoy traditional Japanese culture and flavor without leaving your neighborhood at this authentic and welcoming sushi restaurant. The dishes are simple yet traditional and the ingredients and cooking are always spot-on; it all adds up to a delightful Japanese culinary experience.

The Hall

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Steak, sports and a saloon-style setting: The Hall is a unique combination of all three. Named after the collegiate sports Hall of Fame, the 100-seat restaurant is decorated with photos of former athletes turned community leaders — and you just might find yourself sitting next to one as you dine.

Luck

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A craft beer kitchen and bar, LUCK (or the Local Urban Craft Kitchen) is a great place for a pairing. Their menu has been designed to go with the extensive drink list. New combos of craft beers, regional comfort food and a Texas twist? We’re so there.

 

One will never want for exciting dining options so close to home!

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