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The Hall, new steakhouse from Bob’s Steak & Chop House team, now open in Trinity Groves


Bob Sambol, the founder of Bob’s Steak & Chop House and once the scion of Dallas powerhouse steakhouses, is back in the steak business. He’s recruited his original Bob’s chef, James Rose, to lead the kitchen at Sambol’s new The Hall, a steakhouse and bar we told you last December that he’d be opening this year in Trinity Groves.

Now it’s open.

Sambol has been running operations for the Trinity Groves development. Prior to rejoining Sambol for The Hall, Rose was the founding chef of Stackhouse Burger. 

And yes, big carrots are on The Hall’s menu, too.

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