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East Dallas dumpling scoop tops this week's 5 most popular stories

East Dallas dumpling scoop tops this week's 5 most popular stories

Dumplings
Hello Dumpling, welcome to East Dallas. Photo courtesy of Pixabay
The Halal Guys
Halal Guys will be on the menu at Fooda. The Halal Guys/Facebook
House of DIFFA 2017
Style Council Ambassador Suzi Lebeau at DIFFA/Dallas 2017. Photo by WJNPHOTO
American Airlines new look
Nonstop flights are the way to go. Photo courtesy of American Airlines
Pizza
Midici is coming to Dallas-Fort Worth. Photo courtesy of Midici
Dumplings
The Halal Guys
House of DIFFA 2017
American Airlines new look
Pizza

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. New dumpling restaurant in Good 2 Go Taco spot says hello East Dallas. With the mourning period for Good 2 Go Taco coming to a close, it's time to move on. Happily, there's something new going into its former East Dallas location: Hello Dumpling, an Asian restaurant specializing in dumplings, with an adjoining tea salon.

2. Richardson's CityLine adds cool new pop-up restaurant concept. CityLine, the flourishing complex in Richardson, has added an interesting new dining option for lunch: Fooda, a pop-up that serves food from different restaurants.

3. DIFFA/Dallas dares not disappoint for year’s most exotic gala. When a camel is your greeter, you know your evening is about to get interesting. And so it went at House of DIFFA 2017, the blowout gala for DIFFA/Dallas, held May 6 at the Omni hotel downtown.

4. American Airlines launches summer nonstop service from DFW to 2 European cities. Fort Worth-based American Airlines has launched a daily seasonal nonstop service for summer 2017, between Dallas Fort Worth International Airport and two European cities: Rome and Amsterdam.

5. New pizza chain tosses more authentic Italian pies to Dallas-Fort Worth. A new Neapolitan-style pizza chain is headed to DFW, bringing more authentic Italian thin-crust pizzas to both Dallas and Fort Worth. Called Midici, it's a chain from California that was founded in 2015 and is a sibling to Menchie's Frozen Yogurt.