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AvoEatery: A Unique New Restaurant Opens in Trinity Groves

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When I heard about AvoEatery, a unique new restaurant that was creating lots of buzz for North Texas foodies, I couldn’t wait to try it. I’m a big believer in avocados, and I feel they make anything tastier. My friend and colleague, photographer Chris Waits, shares my passion for the green fruit. Chris even used an avocado diet to shed 30 pounds a while back.

So we signed up for a tasting at the West Dallas restaurant. The world’s first full-service restaurant that focuses only on fresh avocados, AvoEatery opened for happy hour and dinner on January 30. They’re located in Trinity Groves, the bustling restaurant incubator owned by longtime restaurateur Phil Romano.

Avocados in Every Dish

AvoEatery: A Unique New Restaurant Opens in Trinity Groves

Photo: Chris Waits

The restaurant, at 3011 Gulden Lane, has a menu that includes avocado in every dish. Their full bar also features avocado elements in their craft cocktails.

AvoEatery is open seven days a week and opened for lunch on February 15. New hours are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. They’re also open for brunch every Saturday and Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The restaurant is owned by Avocados from Mexico, marketing subsidiary of the Mexican Hass Avocado Importers Association (MHAIA), in partnership with Romano.

Press information from Avocados from Mexico (known for extravagant Super Bowl ads) informs us that “fresh avocados are more than just a fruit; they are an experience that is always worth it, elevating every dish to new heights.”

AvoEatery Simulates Avocado Grove

AvoEatery: A Unique New Restaurant Opens in Trinity Groves
Photo: Chris Waits

Dining at AvoEatery is an exotic experience. Their avocado-themed décor is designed to resemble an avocado grove. Their subdued lighting and wooden shapes that look like trees transport diners into a tropical atmosphere. Even if it’s still winter outside!

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