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 best restaurants for cheap eats. May is a long month capped by a holiday weekend, so dining-out budgets can be tight. Cooking is out of the question; you still need to eat out. But you can't drop $50 every night. You need cheap eats.
2. Johnny Manziel gets last laugh: Cocky as ever and still No. 1 star despite NFL draft drop. Everyone saw Johnny Football sweat. But he's not about to admit to being bothered. Sure, Manziel drops way down to No. 22, and everyone from the Texans to Jerry Freaking Jones pass on him before the Browns come calling. It's just more Johnny Football drama.
3. Thirteen ways to get a killer workout in Dallas. Going to the gym is not for everyone. Luckily for the Dallas fitness fanatic, there are plenty of boutique fitness studios that offer a range of high-intensity, low-impact, sweat-inducing workouts. Check out our roundup of the best fitness studios in Dallas.
4. Texas boasts most taco-crazed cities in America but No. 1 is a shocker. Real estate site Estately recently set out to determine the most taco-crazed cities in the United States. Hooray for Texas: We took half of the top 10 slots. But the order seems a little curious.
5. Chef Jon Stevens steps up Bishop Arts restaurant game with Stock & Barrel. Although the dining buzz has lately gravitated toward Greenville Avenue and Deep Ellum, a new restaurant opening in May seems certain to put Bishop Arts front and center again. Stock & Barrel is the first solo venture from chef Jon Stevens, opening at 316 Davis St., in the old Safety Glass Co. building.