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New Steakhouse The Hall Quietly Opens At Trinity Groves; Celebrate National Beer Day At Sundown

Plus, more Trinity Groves news.

Amy McCarthy is a reporter at, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

TRINITY GROVES – Dallas steak king Bob Sambol is officially back with The Hall, a meaty new concept from the longtime restaurateur.The Hall, led by former Bob’s executive chef James Rose, quietly opened its doors in Trinity Groves this week. Look forward to classic steakhouse fare, including those perfectly-glazed carrots from the original Bob’s. [Escape Hatch Dallas]

LOWER GREENVILLE – On April 7, Sundown at Granada will celebrate the passage of the Cullen-Harrison Act in 1933, which allowed Americans to brew and sell beer at the end of Prohibition. The menu for the festivities will feature beer-inspired pairings, like beer braised rabbit, in addition to cheap brews all night long. If you’re heading to the Judah and the Lion show next door at Granada Theater, stop by afterward to pay homage to your favorite beverage. [EaterWire]

TRINITY GROVES – In other Trinity Groves news, today brings more details on V-Eats Modern Vegan, the plant-friendly concept expected to open this fall. Diners with dietary restrictions can look forward to dishes free of gluten, tree nut, lactose, or soy, prepared by chef-owner Troy Gardner. In the meantime, V-Eats plans to participate in pop-up dinners and other culinary events, including Savor Dallas in April. [CultureMap]