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Colleyville New American restaurant serves neighbors better than ever

Colleyville New American restaurant serves neighbors better than ever

Trio New American Cuisine in Colleyville
Trio has a nice new dining room. Photo courtesy of Trio

Fans of Colleyville restaurant Trio New American Cuisine can now enjoy dining there more often. In addition to a redesigned dining room, new wine program, and additional menu offerings, Trio is now open for dinner a couple of extra nights a week.

Previously open for dinner Thursday-Saturday only, the restaurant has extended dinner service to include Tuesday and Wednesday as well. Located at 8300 Precinct Line Rd., Ste. 104, Trio also serves lunch Tuesday-Saturday, 11 am-3 pm.

Guests will notice the new dining room first, with its exposed brick and driftwood walls, artwork from award-winning pastry chef Rick Griggs, and a few French country touches. The transformation was accomplished in just a few short days, August 3-5.

Among the new dishes are pork belly empanadas and chef Jason Harper’s signature duck fat biscuits, served nightly for the table.

Traditionally Trio has been BYOB, and it will continue to be, but now guests can buy a bottle too — from the 200-bottle showpiece wine case with hammered coppered elements. Speaking of drinks, happy hour is Tuesday-Thursday, 5-6:30 pm, and the corkage fee gets slashed in half on Tuesday evenings.

The restaurant also hosts regular cooking classes and chef’s tastings, like the Southern Comfort tasting coming up September 17, with dishes such as smoked Hatch bisque, duck trio, fried green tomato with blue crab and avocado, blackened Gulf shrimp, boudain-stuffed Texas quail, and Valrhona rum bread pudding. Cost is $90 per person, and the event is BYOB.


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