Casa Rubia at Trinity Groves

3011 Gulden DallasTX75212
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Casa Rubia at Trinity Groves is the new modern tapas restaurant from Chef Omar Flores and Jonn Baudoin. Chef Omar's menu will spotlight seasonal ingredients taking classics, putting a spin on them and making them with his flair. Catalonia is a favorite area in Spain for Chef Omar so the menu utilizes a lot of seafood. Paellas is a signature dish at Casa Rubia which changes daily. A full Spanish...
by opentable on February 17, 2017 from opentable

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The June 2014 Heatmap: Where to Eat Right Now:
Pondering where you should eat today, tonight, this weekend? Eater is back to answer that very question with our newest addition of the Heatmap—a guide to what's new, what's hot, and where folks in the know are lining up to dine.
by eater on June 05, 2014 from eater
Sundown Chef Patrick Stark Takes His Dates to Dive Bars:
Patrick Stark is not particularly difficult to spot in a crowd, thanks to the black-and-red mohawk the Sundown at Granada chef currently sports. While he's a fixture at the Lower Greenville restaurant and its next-door sibling the Granada Theater, some may have also spotted Stark on Food Network's Cutthroat Kitchen (on which the chef has made not one but two appearances over the past year).
by eater on May 01, 2014 from eater
Omar Flores and Jonn Baudoin Both Depart Driftwood:
According to Teresa Gubbins at CultureMap, Flores is leaving to focus on Casa Rubia and will be replaced by Kyle McClelland, who's returning to Dallas from Brooklyn. Meanwhile, SideDish reports that Baudoin is selling his share of the restaurant to Driftwood co-founder Sal Jafar II to focus on Casa Rubia as well as another upcoming Trinity Groves venture called Sugar Skull Cafe.
by eater on April 07, 2014 from eater
Crawfish at Chicken Scratch; Omar Flores at Wine Poste:
OAK CLIFF—Chicken Scratch and neighbor The Foundry will host the first annual Salute to King Creole Crawfish Festival on Saturday, April 13 starting at 4:30 p.m. Expect food including a crawfish boil, oysters and gumbo, a cash bar with drinks provided by Stoli and Peticolas, a Zydeco band and even a tattoo artist. Tickets are $15 or $20 at the door; go here for more info or to purchase....
by eater on March 27, 2014 from eater

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Casa Rubia is a full service, casual neighborhood restaurant serving modern Spanish and Catalan-inspired foods with full bar service.

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