Trinity Skyline Trails
Get out in the Dallas sun on the Trinity Skyline Trails, the first hard surface trail with breathtaking views of the Trinity River and Downtown Dallas. The trails stretch nearly five miles and it's a perfect spot to work off dinner from Trinity Groves, just steps away from the trails main entry way.
Trinity Overlook Park
Get the best views of Downtown from the Trinity Overlook Park. The Park serves as a neighbor "pocket park" as it provides access to the Dallas Floodway and the Trinity Skyline Trails. It's great for hiking, biking, picnics and family gatherings.
Ronald Kirk Pedestrian Bridge
As part of the most recent improvements to the Trinity River Corridor, the Ronald Kirk Pedestrian Bridge offers activity space with an up-close view of the Trinity River and Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Grab a snack from one of the food trucks that make a daily stop or take a leisurely stroll across the bridge.
Food and Drink
Home to over a dozen dining options, there's something for everyone. From new generation Mexican to vegan-friendly eats, there are more than enough options to choose from.
Cake Bar is a bakery and retail shop that crafts made-from-scratch cakes and confections with a slice of southern comfort.
An upscale, NYC-style Italian restaurant with a modern rooftop lounge for great views of the Dallas skyline.
Babb Bros BBQ & Blues
This barbeque roadhouse features fall-off-the-bone ribs, finger lickin' sauce and more smoked meats, as well as southern eats served with a side of live blues music every weekend.
Steam Theory Brewing Company
Kickback with an artisanal beer or a signature cocktail at this elevated brewery and restaurant. The place is decked out in a fun mix of Victorian vintage and steam punk, and has a connecting patio with a stellar view of the Margaret Hunt Hill bridge.
Beto & Son
This father-son restaurant serves up a new generation of Mexican cuisine as they reinvent classic ceviche, enchiladas, and more. Don't forget to try their liquid nitro frozen margaritas!
Kate Weiser Chocolate
The chocolate, hand painted and meticulously displayed, has made Kate Weiser a household name in Dallas. Previously a pastry chef at upscale staples like Nobu and Stephan Pyles, Kate Weiser brought her passion to life with her chocolate shop in Trinity Groves and we are forever grateful.