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New downtown Dallas taqueria tops this week's 5 most popular stories

New downtown Dallas taqueria tops this week's 5 most popular stories

Twisted Trompo
Tacos with trompo. Photo courtesy of Twisted Trompo
Marlee and John
John and Marlee Angle were married on July 21, 2018.  Photo by Jennifer Yarbro
Fuddruckers hamburger
Burger down. Fuddruckers
9203 Heatherdale Dr., Dallas, 75243
This home for sale in the 75243 ZIP code has been renovated recently. Photo courtesy of Realtor.com
State Fair Big Tex
It's State Fair time.
Twisted Trompo
Marlee and John
Fuddruckers hamburger
9203 Heatherdale Dr., Dallas, 75243
State Fair Big Tex

Editor's note: A lot happened this week, so here's your chance to get caught up. Read on for the week's most popular headlines.

1. New taqueria with killer trompo serves downtown Dallas at all hours. A highly regarded taqueria that could formerly be found only at gas stations now has its own spot, right in the middle of downtown Dallas. Twisted Trompo is a family-owned taco shop that started in 2008 with a single location inside the Chevron at Bachman Lake. 

2. Fun-loving bride and groom celebrate all weekend in Dallas with family and friends. If there’s one thing John and Marlee Angle do well, it’s celebrate. In August 2017, on a food-and-wine trip to Spain — their favorite country — John popped the question, and the couple’s been celebrating ever since.

3. Pioneering burger restaurant gets nudged out of Dallas' Greenville Avenue. There's a loss on the burger front, of a restaurant with a long history: Fuddruckers, the chain invented by Phil Romano that does burgers and American food with games for the kids, has closed its location on Greenville Avenue, after 21 years in that space.

4. Dallas flips in these 2 ZIP codes bring home higher profit than U.S. average. Dallas HGTV fans who are inspired to flip a home should look to two ZIP codes, in particular — 75243 and 75228. While the national average profit for home flipping is about $65,520, the average profit in these two ZIP codes is quite a bit higher, according to a new report.  

5. These are the 9 best things to do in Dallas this weekend. The final weekend in September is a huge one. Not only do you have the start of the single biggest event on the Dallas calendar, but you have no fewer than four big-name concerts, two new local theatrical productions, the start of a new classical music season, and a new art exhibit to enjoy.