Two previously unannounced Trinity Groves restaurants have just been revealed: Casa Rubia, a tapas concept from the chef and owner of Oak Cliff seafood palace Driftwood, and a Moroccan spot called Souk from the owner of the West Village's Baboush and Village Burger Bar. (There's also Tracy's Cake Gallery, a "cakery from from pastry teacher Tracy Germaine".)
Casa Rubia and Souk will join a host of other Trinity Groves tenants (both current and yet-to-come) including Babb Bros. BBQ, The Taste contestant Uno Immanivong's Asian/Latin fusion concept Chino, Resto Gasto Bistro, and LUCK in a special Trinity Groves showcase to kick off the annual Savor Dallas event, which gets underway March 14. (The list also includes something called Social Brew, which Culture Map's Teresa Gubbins identifies as "a tea-kombucha bar from the Holy Kombucha guys", though it's "not yet an official Trinity Groves tenant".")
To sum up, Trinity Groves will eventually offer all of the following: hot dogs, barbecue, tapas, Moroccan food, cakes, a catering company, a craft brewery, coffee and beignets, Asian/Latin fusion, a constantly-rotating pop-up restaurant, and not one but two craft beer-centric restaurants. Whoa.
The Savor Trinity Groves event takes place next Thursday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.; tickets are $40 and include all the food and beverages on offer.
· Savor Dallas Event at Trinity Groves Offers First Look at Incubated Restaurants [CultureMap Dallas]
· Savor Trinity Groves [Savor Dallas]
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