If you’re looking for the hot, new place to dine in Dallas, look no further than Trinity Groves. It’s actually not a singular place, but a whole span of up-and-comers — incubators, if you will. Spanning from seafood to Asian-Latin fusion, the concepts being invested in are young and offer something unique — at least, that’s what investors are looking for in the near dozen concepts being tested out in the lineup of restaurants that have been reconstructed from a former truck terminal.
One investor, Phil Romano of Romano’s Macaroni Grill, is looking for that X-factor — “…What’s going to make me go and eat their food rather than somebody else’s food? Does it taste better? Does it look better? What is it?,” he told the Seattle Pi.
With social media fan interaction and a bit more flexibility in today’s landscape, one of the restaurants offers a permanent pop-up that changes out each quarter, with the public ultimately deciding who will get next dibs. Read More