This Week's Hot Headlines

New Greenville Avenue hot spot buzzes into this week's 5 top Dallas stories

New Greenville Avenue hot spot buzzes into week's top Dallas stories

Alamo Club
What we have here is a chicken sandwich with a pint of beer.  Alamo Club
Il Bracco
Some pasta, some wine, you're good to go. Photo courtesy of il Bracco
Dallas City Hall
Many vying to get into this building. Photo courtesy of Dallas Convention and Visitors Bureau
Omni minis
A brisket "monsieur" with a glass of red wine. Photo courtesy of Omni
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Shocking news about Dr P. Photo by Cyclone Bill
Alamo Club
Il Bracco
Dallas City Hall
Omni minis
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Editor's note: A lot happened this week, so here's your chance to get caught up. Read on for the week's most popular headlines.

1. Clubby new restaurant-bar nabs Blind Butcher space on Dallas' Greenville Ave. After months in the works, there's a new tenant ready to open in the former Blind Butcher space at 1919 Greenville Ave. Called Alamo Club, it's an upscale neighborhood restaurant and bar serving American classics in what a release describes as an old-school comfortable setting.

2. Houston's vets open exciting Italian restaurant at luxe Dallas center. Dallas' sad Italian-restaurant scene has an exciting newcomer in the works: Il Bracco, an Italian-inspired restaurant from a team with deep experience in the Houston's/Hillstone group, will open at 8416 Preston Center Plaza.

3. Master list of all the candidates in the May 2019 Dallas elections. The paperwork is in for individuals running for Dallas City Council, and a record number of candidates have filed. The mayor's race has a whopping 12 candidates, with many heavyweights seeking the helm. Here's a handy list of those running.

4. New neighborhood restaurants debut in Dallas and more dining dish. It's a good week for Dallas dining, with exciting new restaurants opening, new dishes, and new chefs. There's also a local guy showing up on TV. Here's what's happening in Dallas restaurant news.

5. Dr Pepper relocates headquarters from Plano to that other city up north. After 20 years as the corporate princess of Plano, Dr Pepper is moving on: Now called Keurig Dr Pepper, it will move its Texas headquarters from Plano to a new 350,000-square-foot, build-to-suit, leased facility at The Star in Frisco.