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Mexican Poutine Will Soon Be A Thing At Trinity Groves’ Newest Concept

Beto & Son is bringing new-school Mexican to DFW

You need Mexican poutine.
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Dallas has plenty of Mexican cuisine, but a father-son duo will soon bring a new spin on some classic favorites to West Dallas.

Escape Hatch Dallas reports that Beto & Son will soon open its doors in the space formerly occupied by Kitchen LTO at Trinity Groves. The restaurant is a project of Chef Beto Rodarte and his son Julian, and will feature “elevated Mexican cuisine.” But it doesn’t look like this is going to be an old-school Mexican spot.

In addition to the requisite scratch-made tortillas and more traditional fare, you’ll also find innovate plates like the ridiculous (yet delicious-sounding) Mexican poutine, crispy masa fries topped with queso, chicken tinga, and fried egg. You’ll also find stacked barbacoa enchiladas, a Mexican-inspired noodle bowl, and chile relleno.

Beto and Son is expected to debut sometime next month. Stay tuned for more updates on when you’ll be able to get your hands on Mexican poutine, a thing the world definitely needs more of.

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