Restaurant round-up: Bolsa, Lucia, tapas at Trinity Groves

bolsa mercadoBolsa has a new dinner menu and is no longer open for lunch, although it is still open for brunch on the weekends. Bolsa Mercado, half a block away, has expanded its lunch menu and reconfigured its seating arrangement to better accommodate a lunch crowd. The lunch menu includes many of the sandwiches and salads from the previous menu, plus a burger, a chicken breast sandwich, pasta soups and salads priced $7-$11 each.

Justin Holt, the Lucia cook who staged ramen pop-up shops at Ten Bells Tavern, has moved to Driftwood.

Driftwood chef Omar Flores and owner Jonn Baudoin are working on a tapas place at Trinity Groves called Casa Rubia, which is expected to open in August.

By |2015-02-18T10:48:58-05:00May 8th, 2013|Development, Dining, News, Restaurants|Comments Off on Restaurant round-up: Bolsa, Lucia, tapas at Trinity Groves

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