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Trinity Groves-the new culinary, art and entertainment hot spot

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Move over Bishop Arts district, Trinity Groves will be trying to steal some of your traffic. An innovative combination of eccentric and enthusiastic new restaurants, arts, and entertainment venues is bringing new life to the area near the Margaret H. Hunt Bridge and West Dallas.

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Currently, restaurants like Souk, a Moroccan masterpiece featuring live bellydancing on Friday and Saturday evenings, are drawing crowds; as well as the Four Corners Brewing Company, giving tours Saturdays and serving up their most savory suds daily; and The Workroom & Gallery 422, displaying custom furniture and art. With a new taste for every tastebud, this area is quickly developing into a must-visit site for the culinary curious and those who feel that they've trodden just about everywhere in Dallas. It's time for somewhere new to enjoy friends, music and food. There is no shortage of new flavors to choose from in Trinity Groves.

There is still plenty of wiggle room for those wishing to bring their ideas to life here. Come to the information center at 425 Bedford Street and explore! Don't forget to keep an eye out for more debuts as the area develops.

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