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Favorite brunch spot's sad goodbye tops this week's 5 hottest Dallas headlines

Favorite brunch spot's sad goodbye tops 5 hottest Dallas headlines

Capitol Pub in Dallas
The days of brunch are winding down.  Capitol Pub
Spaghetti Warehouse trolley
This trolley turned out to be quite the bargain.  Courtesy photo
Dietrich Wedding
Lindsey West and Dietrich Riepen were married on April 20, 2019.  Photo by Carter Rose
Dallas skyline with reflection
DFW is attracting residents from Texas and beyond.  joe daniel price/Getty Images
Yogi's Home Plate
Their wings are said to be fabulous. Photo courtesy of Yogi's
Capitol Pub in Dallas
Spaghetti Warehouse trolley
Dietrich Wedding
Dallas skyline with reflection
Yogi's Home Plate

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. Henderson Avenue staple and Dallas brunch favorite will close. One of Dallas' original brunch spots is getting ready to leave the building: Capitol Pub, which has been the toast of Henderson Avenue for the nearly 13 years it's been in business, is closing. According to a release, it'll close at the end of 2019.

2. Someone got a real deal on the Dallas Spaghetti Warehouse trolley. Someone got a real deal on the vintage trolley that once resided inside the Spaghetti Warehouse in Dallas' West End. The restaurant shuttered in October after 47 years at that location, but offered most of its equipment, fixtures, and decorative items in a monster auction with 491 items or sale — including the trademark trolley, treasured by so many diners over the years.

3. Medical school sweethearts tie the knot in sweet outdoor wedding at Arlington Hall. It had been an unseasonably wet spring, but on April 20, 2019, the clouds parted and the sun shined brightly — which was lucky, because Lindsey West and Dietrich Riepen's wedding ceremony took place outdoors at Dallas’ Arlington Hall.

4. Dallas dominates list of most popular places to move to in the U.S. A new study shows Texas' major metros are some of the hottest places to move to in the U.S. — and, of course, that includes Dallas-Fort Worth. Real estate site CommercialCafe recently looked at "metro-to-metro" migration to see which areas are "winning" in terms of new residents, and a trio of Lone Star cities appears in the top five.

5. Ex-baseball player brings convivial neighborhood bar to Lake Highlands. A popular neighborhood bar and eatery on Greenville Avenue has found a new neighborhood — and with a new name, to boot. Formerly known as 504 Bar & Grill, the new concept will open as Yogi's Home Plate, which will relocate its fun atmosphere, excellent food, and charismatic owner to Lake Highlands.