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. Tupinamba Tex-Mex departs Inwood for new digs at hot Dallas intersection. After 18 years at its current address, veteran Tex-Mex restaurant Tupinamba is moving to a new location. Owner Eddie Dominguez confirms that the restaurant will be moving east, from Inwood Road at the Dallas North Tollway to a frontage-road location at the very hot intersection of US 75 at Walnut Hill Lane.
2. Bonchon Chicken Dallas gives Greenville Avenue the bird. The Dallas branch of international chicken chain Bonchon Chicken is closing, possibly as soon as July 26 but definitely "within two weeks," confirmed the company's franchise division in New York. According to a manager at the restaurant, the location will be reconcepted into a more traditional restaurant called Ashwood, which he described as a "bar and burger joint."
3. Boulevardier sibling Rapscallion to bring Southern food to bustling Greenville Avenue. Dallas' Greenville Avenue continues to assert itself as the most surprising foodie neighborhood in Dallas, as another new restaurant from well-respected operators joins the parade: Rapscallion will be a new bistro from the team behind Boulevardier, to be located in the space between Trader Joe's and The Libertine.
4. Man shot on Dallas North Tollway in Park Cities may have been victim of road rage. A 36-year-old man was shot while driving on the Dallas North Tollway in the Park Cities early Wednesday morning. The victim, who was not seriously injured, called 911 around 2 am from the nearby 4600 block of West Mockingbird Lane.
5. Teenager killed in drive-by shooting in Far North Dallas. A 15-year-old boy was shot and killed in an apparent drive-by shooting in Far North Dallas on July 21. According to police, multiple shots were fired from a vehicle in the 9700 block of Forest Lane, near LBJ Freeway.