Trifecta, the pizza-burritos-salads concept that opened last year on lower Brownsboro Road, has closed.
The building, located at 1791 Brownsboro, was a daycare before Trifecta converted it to a fast-casual restaurant that was largely a build-your-own concept, with a salad station, pizza station and burrito/taco station. In recent months, it had added other menu items, such as a fried chicken sandwich.
However, the property was listed for sale in early March, and apparently a buyer has been found — that, or the owner found another location prior to a sale. While a marquee in front of the restaurant as recently as last week listed specials and such, one day it went blank, and in recent days the sign was changed with a message that ended with, “Thanks, Clifton.”
Trifecta’s website shows the Brownsboro Road address still, and the restaurant’s official Facebook page has gone unchanged since Feb. 2.
I had several meals there, having tried the pizza, tacos, burritos and burrito bowls. All were at the very least solid. Here is a review I wrote last year. In recent visits I had focused on the carnitas tacos and burritos, although I would sneak in a slice of pepperoni pizza at times as well.
I was always satisfied. My only complaint about the place was that it was a bit confusing to navigate. There were multiple points of sale, and first-timers could easily be confused to the point of going elsewhere. The busiest I ever saw the place was a few months ago at lunchtime when the dining room was roughly half full.
Here’s hoping Trifecta will land on its feet and reopen in a more lucrative location.
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