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Go Inside Trinity Groves' New Spanish Gem, Casa Rubia

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Here's an inside look at the newest Trinity Groves restaurant from Driftwood owner Jonn Baudoin and chef Omar Flores. Casa Rubia opened Monday decked out in sleek earth tones and some pretty sweet acid trippy artwork, with a menu of classic Spanish tapas with some modern twists; expect dishes like grilled octopus with saffron potatoes and romesco, bacalao croquettes, and the incredibly delicious (and incredibly pricey) famed jamón ibérico, plus an all-Spanish wine list and a selection of sherries unlike anywhere else in Dallas.

Of all the many restaurant openings of the busy fall season, Casa Rubia comes in near the top of the list, with critics Leslie Brenner and Scott Reitz declaring it "arguably the most highly anticipated opening in the Trinity Groves complex" and "Trinity Groves' most promising restaurant," respectively.

Casa Rubia Menu by Eater Dallas

Casa Rubia Menu Wine by Eater Dallas

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Casa Rubia

3011 Gulden Ln #116, Dallas, TX 75212 469 513 6349 Visit Website

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