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11/1/17 – D Magazine - The West Dallas networking concept combines food, drinks, and professional events with the help of a members-only app.

Trinity Groves created a novel concept in Dallas when founders Jim Reynolds, Phil Romano, Stuart Fitts, and Butch McGregor launched a restaurant incubator in West Dallas.


10/20/2017 – Guide Live – 5 reasons Dallas’ new members-only Network Bar might be worth up to $1,000 to join

Kristin Kelly, Network Bar’s publicist, says the bar’s debut this week will be a soft opening for members only. The establishment hopes to launch tours and “open house” events for non-members in November with designated times for walk-ins to visit and learn more about the bar’s amenities.


9/28/2017 - VoyageDallas – Meet Phil Romano of The Network Bar in Trinity Groves

The Network Bar in Trinity Groves will be opening soon. It’s an exclusive members-only community created for professionals to network and socialize, for business and pleasure.


9/14/2017 - – Dallas Restaurateur Opening Speakeasy-Style ‘Networking Bar’ in Trendy Trinity Groves

When you’re looking for a job, the saying goes that it’s not what you know, but who you know. Legendary Dallas restaurateur Phil Romano has come up with a new way for millennials to have networking opportunities


9/6/2017 - PaperCity Magazine - A Bar Where You Pick Up Ideas, Not Women

New Members-Only Hotspot is All About Entrepreneur Networking


9/2/2017 - Dallas Morning News - Phil Romano’s latest Dallas creation? Think of it as a LinkedIn country club

No one would ever accuse Phil Romano of conventional thinking. Romano, who dished up Fuddruckers, Macaroni Grill, Cozymel’s,  Eatzi’s and Nick & Sam’s, was the mastermind behind West Dallas’ thriving Trinity Groves “restaurant theme park.” The latest brainchild from Dallas’ legendary restaurateur: Network Bar


6/28/2017 - Phil Romano’s Newest Trinity Groves Concept Aims To Solve Networking – Bisnow

Plans for the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge were only a whisper when West Dallas Investments started buying land west of the Trinity River around Singleton Boulevard. Several years and 80 acres later, the investment team headed by Jim Reynolds, Phil Romano, Stuart Fitts and Butch McGregor plans to open a one-of-a-kind concept aimed at perfecting professional networking