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 Dallas meat market and deli caters to the Park Cities set. Three years after launching their own line of Wagyu beef, the folks behind Rosewood Beef have created a place to sell it retail. Called The Meat Shop, it's a combination butcher and deli that will serve as a full-scale butcher with a product mix that includes the company's Texas-raised Wagyu beef.
2. Local designer pulls off stunning down-to-the-studs renovation in North Dallas. Potential buyers in search of a fabulous find in North Dallas should book it to see this timeless renovation project at 10010 Harwich Dr., in the coveted Chapel Downs neighborhood.
3. Ambitious grill restaurant in chichi North Dallas neighborhood closes. Preston Hollow Grill, which opened in 2015 in the space long occupied by Balls Hamburgers, quietly shut down the last week of June. The restaurant has also been marked "offline" on Open Table and will no longer allow reservations.
4. Tex-Mex import on Addison's restaurant row closes. After a mere four months, out-of-town Tex-Mex eatery T. Blanco's Mexican Cantina has closed. A company spokesperson confirmed that the closure happened on June 30, stating that "the Addison location had to close, but Longview is still doing well."
5. Top 5 reasons to visit Dallas' new bookstore Interabang Books. On July 1, the new bookstore Interabang Books opened softly in the Preston Oaks shopping center. The store comes from independent bookstore veteran Jeremy Ellis; Nancy Perot, daughter of Ross; and Lori Feathers, a lawyer. It will sell fiction, nonfiction, and children's books, and feature a children's stage for story-time sessions.