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Sushi Bayashi

Sushi Bayashi brings Japanese cuisine to Trinity Groves, with a smart-looking patio space and a sharp dining room filled with communal tables. Get to know your neighbors over some Sapporo and dive...
Japanese, Sushi

El Bolero

El Bolero is the first Mexican restaurant by the Apheleia Group, and in true Apheleia fashion they’ve decked out this Design District dining room. Patterned tile covers the floors, while subway...
Mexican, Tex-Mex


Souk, which is located in Trinity Groves, is designed to evoke a marketplace, with strategically placed baskets and hanging lamps and lighting meant to imitate slatted sunlight beaming through the...
Mediterranean, Restaurants

The Charles

Across the street from Town Hearth, The Charles is nearly as over-the-top a place to see and be seen, even on Monday nights. It’s all about the spectacle here — including cheetah-print booths and...

Whisk Crêpes Cafe

The menu of savory crepes at Whisk changes with the seasons and with the inspiration of Julien Eelsen and his chefs. Many of the most deluxe are topped with what amounts to meal-sized salads....
Crepes, French

Ten Ramen

Ten is all about ramen, of course, unless you prefer mazemen (ramen without the broth). Ten, with Tei-An owner Teiichi Sakurai and head chef Eric Nguyen, offers up creative specials and classics...
Noodles, Japanese

Tacos Mariachi

Few Dallas-area restaurants are making cheffy, inspired twists on classic foods in the lowest price bracket. Tacos Mariachi, with its brilliant riffs on seafood tacos, is one of them. Where else...

Pressed Roots

Salons and Spas

Red Star Bicycle Shop

Health and Fitness

Human Dior


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