The latest area to be revitalized in Dallas is home to Trinity Groves, a trendy and diverse foodie mecca. Cross over the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge from Downtown to reach West Dallas and you'll quickly find yourself making a hard decision of where to eat first.
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Chicken Scratch/The Foundry
The restaurant and bar share a huge patio in West Dallas, complete with weekly live music. Fried chicken is the go-to dish here and for dessert grab one of their all natural fresh fruit popsicles, perfect for a warm day. Bonus: your four-legged bff is welcome.
Go for tacos at Tacos Mariachi, a counter-serve Mexican restaurant specializing in unique tacos and margaritas with Tijuana-style flair.
This store-front taco spot offers three delicious meat options, served on a corn tortilla and topped with cilantro and onions. Mix it up with a quesadilla, and don't forget to try the house-made hot sauces!
Tacodeli serves over 40 award-winning taco varieties, with specials nearly every day of the week and pozole on the weekends. The restaurant is BYOB and is only open for breakfast and lunch.
Whisk Crepes Café
Make Whisk Crepes Café your go-to breakfast spot. This bright and cozy café serves sweet and savory crepes, espresso drinks and lattes.
Go for your morning coffee run, or afternoon tea at Houndstooth Coffee where they serve only the finest coffee, tea, beer, wine and pastries in a comfortable setting.
Betty Ringer Ice Cream
An ice cream parlor that crafts creative and seasonal flavors from scratch, such as their Oaxacan Spice Chocolate and Cinnamon Horchata.
CiboDivino means Divine Foods in Italian and that is exactly what it offers. This market and café provides authentic Italian prepared cuisine, Pizza Napoletana, international groceries and more.
A hip, health-minded juice bar that also serves smoothies, hot drinks, grab-and-go vegan options, noodle bowls and more.