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Trinity Groves Spanish Restaurant Shutters After Less Than a Year

Tapas Castile opened its doors in January

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After opening its doors in late January, Trinity Groves Spanish restaurant Tapas Castile has already shuttered.

The restaurant announced its closure in a statement on Monday, citing low revenue as the culprit. “In spite of the positive reviews of the food and wine program at Tapas Castile, the restaurant has not performed well enough for us financially to continue with the concept,” said Trinity Groves owner Phil Romano in a statement. Tapas Castile owner Jessica Kate Martinez did not issue a statement on the restaurant’s closure.

Perhaps diners at Trinity Groves just don’t have an appetite for tapas. Before the closure of Tapas Castile, the West Dallas dining development was home to Casa Rubia, a Spanish restaurant that closed in 2017, and when it shuttered, Romano also said that the restaurant just wasn’t profitable enough.

No word yet on what will replace Tapas Castile. Stay tuned for more details.