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Where to eat now and new summer party series top 5 most popular stories

Where to eat and new summer party series top 5 most popular stories

Hypnotic Donuts doughnuts
Hypnotic has vegan doughnuts, but not every day. Photo courtesy of Hypnotic
Whole Foods Market in Addison
Whole Foods is launching a new concept targeting millennials. Photo courtesy of Whole Foods
Shake Shack_Austin_Lockhart Link Burger_2015
Shake Shack opened its first Texas location in Austin on May 5. Shake Shack/Facebook
Greenbrier, Rick Carlisle
Rick Carlisle is selling his custom-built Park Cities home. Briggs Freeman Sotheby International Realty
March Madness Music Festival at Reunion Park
Reunion Lawn Party is coming to Reunion Park this summer. Photo by Danny Hurley
Hypnotic Donuts doughnuts
Whole Foods Market in Addison
Shake Shack_Austin_Lockhart Link Burger_2015
Greenbrier, Rick Carlisle
March Madness Music Festival at Reunion Park

Editor’s note: Another week has come and gone, and there’s a lot we all probably missed. But we’re looking out for you, kid. Here are the most popular stories from this past week:

1. Where to eat in Dallas right now: 10 restaurants that tease with hard-to-get specials. We love restaurants that give us everything we want, whenever we want it. But sometimes the value of something increases when we can't have it all the time. Thus explains the mystique of the limited edition.

2. Shake Shack locks down opening date for first Texas burger joint. The first Shake Shack in Texas opened May 5, on South Lamar Boulevard in Austin. It serves Austin-only creations in addition to the standard favorites; one exclusive menu item is the Lockhart Link Burger with Kreuz Market jalapeño cheese sausage.

3. Whole Foods Market targets millennials with new grocery store concept. Millennials, look out: Whole Foods has its eyes on you. The Austin-based supermarket giant is launching a new, separate chain specifically tailored to meet the needs of that younger audience. In other words, it’s cheaper.

4. Dallas Mavericks head coach offloads custom-built Park Cities pad for $3 million. Rick Carlisle is looking forward to more than just a new basketball season: His living situation is about to change. He has listed his two-story, French-style custom home on Greenbriar for $3,134,700. But he’s staying in Dallas.

5. New party series guarantees free fun in downtown Dallas this summer.  During the dog days of summer, downtown Dallas can often feel a little dead, especially on the weekends. Reunion Tower is looking to remedy that by hosting the new Reunion Lawn Party, a free monthly event sure to enliven the area.