Changes Coming To Foodie Destination Trinity Groves In Dallas
Changes are coming to Trinity Groves in Dallas. The foodie destination will no longer act as an incubator for up-and-coming chefs. But, owners say new concepts are coming in spite of COVID-19. And they’re grateful that customers keep coming out — or picking up — as well.
Food Network - "Worst Cooks In America" - Fight for Food Fame
In the last skill drill, the final two recruits are challenged by a couple of cooks who aren't kidding around -- Chopped Junior Champions! Then, Chef Anne Burrell and Chef Alex Guarnaschelli teach the recruits their finale menus. For the final main dish challenge, the recruits put their newly learned skills to the test by cooking a three-course restaurant quality meal for a panel of culinary experts. Judges Mary Giuliani, James Tahhan and Julian Rodarte blindly taste each course and determine the winner who will take home $25,000!
Great news: You don't have to sacrifice the delicious flavors of the Margarita Mile because you're at home. Many of our partner restaurants are open for delivery and take-out – including alcohol and cocktail kits! Check back as we will keep the list updated when we hear more.
The Marketing Detective - The Restaurant Industry Post Covid-19 The Story Behind the Numbers
Beyond the numbers and the impact of Covid-19 on the Restaurant industry, we catch up with Chef Julian Rodarte of Beto & Son. He gives us insight on the impact on the industry, the importance to take care of his staff, customers, and community Working with his Dad, and how he became a Social Media Sensation.
Dallas Observer - Weekly Roundup: Restaurants Giving Time, Meals and Support to Those Who Need It
Beto & Son has been supporting several local hospitals and first responders, including those at Children’s Health, Baylor Scott & White, Hope City Dream Center, UT Southwestern Medical Center and Dallas Fire-Rescue. They have also been providing free chicken tacos to furloughed service industry workers. Last weekend, Beto & Son donated Essentia Water and groceries to 300 people at the Dallas Dream Center.
CultureMap Dallas - These are the best cocktail kits mixed up by Dallas restaurants and bars
The coronavirus pandemic may be keeping Dallas in, but it's not keeping Dallas restaurants down, and cocktail kits are the perfect example. While restaurants and bars are temporarily shuttered, Texas Governor Greg Abbott — in one of the few good things he has ever done — issued a waiver allowing them to sell alcohol to go. He could've done better by allowing them to sell their actual mixed drinks to go — better for the restaurants, better for customers. But Abbott's rule says that restaurants can only sell alcohol in bottles.
Dallas Eater - Where to Order Cocktails, Wine, and More Boozy Options for Delivery in DFW
Il Bracco, Mesero, and more Dallas favorites are now offering alcoholic beverages alongside food deliveries. Oak Cliff, Bishop Arts & South Dallas:
Beto & Son — The Trinity Groves spot that gave away free chicken tacos to industry folks who lost their jobs on Thursday is now offering $40 cocktail kits that include a bottle of liquor, four cups and straws. Get them via Favor or carry-out. Other offerings include 6-packs of Mexican beer for $12, and bottles of wine for $25 each.
In the midst of the #COVID-19 crisis, we want to help YOU, the restaurateurs and small business owners. We created the #Cheetah4You documentary series to give the service industry a voice, featuring restaurant owners who are trying to survive. It features personal perspectives, sacrifices, and recommendations for others fighting to keep their doors open.
PaperCity - DFW Airport’s New $3 Billion Showcase Terminal Unveils a Food Hall, its Own Eatzi’s and Rotating Restaurant Delights
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport’s new Terminal F won’t welcome passengers until 2025, but its lively dining options are already beginning to take shape. The $3 billion addition to one of the nation’s busiest airports, will be a modern upgrade when it arrives.
Dallasites 101- 16 of the Best Margaritas in Dallas
Where to go for margaritas? One of the questions we are asked the most from you all. And now we are ready to break down 16 of the best around Dallas, with the Margarita Mile, a program created by VisitDallas to help you explore these margs year round!
Authority Magazine - Meet the Tastemakers: “Rejection is vital to growth” With Chef Julian Rodarte of Beto & Son
"Rejection is vital to growth. I wish someone had told me to never fear failure. Before I owned a restaurant, I was a very timid chef. I cared way too much about what I thought people would say about my food, without even giving them a taste to get their actual feedback. Rejection is vital to the growth of an individual, embrace it and use it to grow in your craft, and as a person." - Julian Rodarte
Essentia Water Commercial featuring Julian Rodarte, Award-winning Chef/Owner
How do you work your way from a dishwasher to one of Zagat’s 30 chefs under 30? With grit and perseverance, Julian Rodarte’s inventive style of cooking led him to becoming chef/owner of one of the hottest restaurants in the country.
New to Dallas Guide - Beto and Son Brings Dining Room Traditions, To Trinity Groves Dallas
Beto and Son’s roots all can be tracked back to the land of Durango, Mexico. It was Beto Rodarte’s childhood where he developed a love for enticing flavors from traditional dishes made of fresh quality ingredients straight from the farmland he and his parents lived on.
The great thing about Dallas is that we have a dining experience for every occasion, whether you are looking to take that special someone out for Valentine’s Day or you are just looking for that special date night there’s no shortage of restaurants that offer a romantic dining experience. No matter your style or tastes, Dallas has something for everyone in the romance department.
New Chef - Julian Rodarte, NEWCHEF’s first Elite Chef!
The world has experience an explosion of young chefs who have added a contemporary sparkle to existing cuisine. However, becoming a chef is much more than just learning how to cook and executing new dishes. As Dallas native Chef Julian Rodarte from Beto & Son explains in his interview with Newchef, it all starts on the floor.
VisitDallas - "Forever Texas" by the Castro band is the official song of Visit Dallas
VisitDallas announced the premiere of “Forever Texas,” the new Dallas-inspired song by the Castro band, headlined by locals Jason and Michael Castro of “American Idol” fame. (And the music video features none other than our own Chef Julian showing off his mixology skills.)
VisitDallas - DALLAS CHEF JULIAN RODARTE NAMED THE OFFICIAL AMBASSADOR OF THE MARGARITA MILE
VisitDallas is pleased to announce a new partnership with local Chef Julian Rodarte of Beto & Son, who recently had a showdown with celebrity chef Bobby Flay on his Food Network program "Beat Bobby Flay." Rodarte will serve as the Official Ambassador of the Margarita Mile, showcasing Dallas' unique place in the history of American mixology.
It's a family affair when father-and-son chefs Beto and Julian Rodarte battle it out to prove that the only thing stronger than family is their desire to beat Bobby Flay! Cookbook author Daphne Oz and model Jourdan Dunn will then decide who has the chops to take Bobby down.
Eater Dallas - Two Dallas Chefs Will Try to Beat Bobby Flay on TV Tonight
Tonight, Dallas restaurateurs Beto Rodarte and Julian Rodarte will appear on an episode of Beat Bobby Flay. The father-son duo of chefs behind Beto & Son at Trinity Groves will take on Flay, and Julian will compete against the Iron Chef solo in the show’s first challenge. The episode airs at 9 p.m. on Food Network.
GuideLive - Can a 25-year-old Dallas chef and his dad win on Food Network show 'Beat Bobby Flay?'
When a Mexican restaurant called Beto & Son opened in Trinity Groves, its owners were confident. Trinity Groves' youngest restaurateur ever, Julian Rodarte, had just graduated from the Culinary Institute of America in New York City and had come home to work with his dad, Beto Rodarte, who had cooked for investor and restaurateur Phil Romano for many years.
PaperCity - Bobby Flay Battles Against Father and Son Dallas Chefs in a Foodie Feud
This Reality TV Showdown is a Family Affair with Plenty of Surprise Twists. Two Dallas chefs might just learn that if you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen. Beto (no, not that Beto) and Julian Rodarte, the chefs behind Mexican restaurant Beto and Son, are going head to head with celebrity chef Bobby Flay on his Food Network show Beat Bobby Flay. The nail-biting, mouth-watering episode airs on Thursday, October 18th at 9 pm.
CultureMap Dallas - Dallas father-and-son chef team will try to beat Bobby Flay on TV
There'll be more Dallasites on reality TV when a pair of chefs appears on a Food Network competition show. This is a father-and-son duo, Beto and Julian Rodarte, who are owners and chefs at Beto and Son, the Mexican restaurant at Trinity Groves. According to a release, the duo will put their cooking skills to the test versus Bobby Flay on the Food Network show Beat Bobby Flay.
Dallas is known for many things, but what gives the Big D its sabor picante are all the Latinos that call it home. And if there's one thing Hispanics know how to do, it's how to throw it down on the dance floor.
NBC DFW Channel 5 - Restaurant Idea? Trinity Groves in West Dallas Wants to Make It Reality
A popular West Dallas location of 13 restaurants and food-based businesses is searching for more concepts to join the group. Trinity Groves partners and managers are looking for people who have ideas for the next “big thing” to hit Dallas.
KRLD NewsRadio 1080 - Businesses Hope To Cash In On Big Fireworks Show
North Texans will fill parks and restaurants over the next two days for fireworks shows across the Metroplex. Dallas' "Red, White and Boom" takes place Tuesday night at Ron Kirk Pedestrian Bridge. At the Trinity Groves development at the end of the bridge, business owners say this week has become one of their busiest of the year.
VOYAGEDALLAS - Meet Beto Rodarte of Beto & Son, Next Generation Mexican Food
Today we’d like to introduce you to Beto Rodarte. Beto, please share your story with us.
After being a corporate chef for over 20 years, an opportunity presented itself to open a restaurant at Trinity Groves with my son Julian.
USA TODAY - 10 Best - 10 of the best stops on the Margarita Mile
Whether frozen or on the rocks, spicy or sweet, the margarita is undeniably Dallas' most popular cocktail. After all, the world’s first frozen margarita machine was invented there. So, of course no visit to Big D would be complete without sampling a few. Wondering where to go? Look no further.
Feelin' hot, hot, hot? It's summertime in Texas which means we're all looking for ways to beat the heat! We've all heard of liquid nitrogen ice cream by now...but have you ever heard of liquid nitrogen alcoholic beverages? Beto and Son at Trinity Groves is doing just that with their table side, smooth as sorbet, margarita. This is something you have to experience for yourself.
Newly Twentysomething - Dallas City Guide: Amazing Mexican Food
Maybe it’s because I’m from Texas, but I LOVE Mexican food. Three of my favorite restaurants in Dallas are Mexican, but this has become my number one. Trinity Grove has quickly become one of my favorite places in Dallas to visit, and that’s right where you can find Beto & Son.
Zagat - Here Are the Semifinalists for Zagat's First-Ever 30 Under 30 National
Rock stars in food and drink from around the country.
Julian Rodarte, 24, executive chef and co-owner, Beto & Son at Trinity Groves.
For the last six years, Zagat's 30 Under 30 program has honored hundreds of young exceptional hospitality professionals in major markets all over the country. Last year, we introduced lists in important foodie cities like New Orleans, Seattle, Charleston and Dallas.
USA Today 10 Best - Dallas' Ten Best Mexican Restaurants Dish Up South of the Border Deliciousness
Considering Texas' historical and geographical connection to Mexico, it should come as no surprise that Dallas is absolutely brimming with terrific Mexican restaurants. But the city's South of the Border fare goes well beyond the usual Tex-Mex options.
I had the pleasure of dining at Beto & Son this past weekend with another food blogger friend of mine. I was invited through @bestfooddallas. :) The restaurant knew we were coming and we were supposed to meet with Chef Julian...
360 West - Dining Out - New & Notable - Modern Mexican Lands at Trinity Groves
Restaurants come and go at Trinity Groves, the restaurant incubator development just west of downtown Dallas, and that's an integral part of the concept. Recently opened newcomer Beto & Son deserves to stay, judging by an early visit.
Zagat - First Look: Beto & Son Debuts at Trinity Groves
The gist: It didn't take long to fill the space left vacant by Kitchen LTO when the permanent pop-up left Trinity Groves for new digs in Deep Ellum. In its place rose Beto & Son, a "next-generation" Mexican concept.
D Magazine - The Scoop: Kitchen LTO Offers Lunch, Beto & Son Opens, and More
Beto & Son is now open at Trinity Groves in West Dallas: “We decided to create the next generation of Mexican fare,” says Julian Rodarte, Beto’s son. “Taking the simple comfort food my father and I grew up with and modernizing it based on what people my age, Millennials and Gen Z, are looking for when they dine out.” Julian is a recent graduate of the Culinary Institute of America.
Eater Dallas - Beto & Son Brings Smothered Totchos & Stacked Enchiladas To Trinity Groves
The “new-school” take on Mexican cuisine opens today. Earlier this month, Eater learned that a playful new Mexican concept was headed to West Dallas restaurant incubator Trinity Groves. Now, it appears as if Beto & Son is ready to start slinging its new-school take on Dallas’ favorite dishes.
GuideLive - Trinity Groves' youngest restaurateur ever opens Mexican joint in West Dallas
At 23 years old, Julian Rodarte is the youngest restaurant owner in Trinity Groves in West Dallas. He is a charismatic guy with an iPhone full of gorgeous food photos -- his gorgeous food -- and a lot of ideas about what Mexican food should taste like in Dallas...
Eater Dallas — Mexican Poutine Will Soon Be A Thing At Trinity Groves’ Newest Concept — Beto & Son is bringing new-school Mexican to DFW
Dallas has plenty of Mexican cuisine, but a father-son duo will soon bring a new spin on some classic favorites to West Dallas. Escape Hatch Dallas reports that Beto & Son will soon open its doors in the space formerly occupied by Kitchen LTO at Trinity Groves. The restaurant is a project of Chef Beto Rodarte and his son Julian, and will feature “elevated Mexican cuisine.” But it doesn’t look like this is going to be an old-school Mexican spot.
Escape Hatch Dallas — New “Next Gen” Mexican Restaurant Slated to Open in Trinity Groves Next Month
Chefs Beto and Julian Rodarte are set to debut their version of elevated Mexican cuisine next month with the planned opening of their restaurant in Trinity Groves. a TG insider confirmed to the Hatch. Beto & Son at Trinty Groves will replace Kitchen LTO as the newest addition to Trinity Groves. The father and son team describe their food as “Next Gen” Mexican cuisine. Judging from an early menu, the cooking will nod to the type of chef-driven, globally influenced cooking popular in many upscale Mexico restaurants right now.