How Dallas restauranteur Phil Romano plans to serve up an Amazon HQ2 campus


Phil Romano and Stuart Fitts, the business partners behind the vision of Trinity Groves on the west side of downtown Dallas, sit down in the neighborhood's newly-launched Network Bar, chatting about everything from man-eating tigers to ways to help bring the second headquarters of Seattle-based Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) to Dallas.

The partnership plans to launch an advertising campaign in Seattle to tout the restaurant incubator-anchored entertainment destination at the base of the Margaret…

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