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Shuttering of beloved Dallas Irish pub tops this week's most popular stories

Shuttering of Dallas Irish pub tops this week's most popular stories

Idle Rich Pub in Dallas
Idle Rich pub is closing. Idle Rich Pub/Facebook
Cherry, in app
Cherry app delivers nail services on demand. Photo courtesy of Cherry
Snooze Montrose breakfast
Snooze serves brunch seven days a week. Courtesy photo
Neely wedding, confetti
Guests shot off confetti cannons as the bride and groom exited. Photo by Megan DeSoto
Starbucks juniper latte
Juniper Latte is a new season drink at Starbucks. Starbucks
Idle Rich Pub in Dallas
Cherry, in app
Snooze Montrose breakfast
Neely wedding, confetti
Starbucks juniper latte

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. Luck runs out for longtime Uptown Dallas Irish pub. A longtime Irish pub that opened long before Uptown Dallas became Uptown Dallas is closing. After 13 years, The Idle Rich Pub will close in January 2018, giving pub fans two months to attend the wake.

2. New Dallas-based app brings manicures and pedicures to your home. Amber Venz Box, president and cofounder of rewardStyle and LIKEtoKNOW.it, was traveling to San Francisco with her friend Whitney Wolfe Herd, founder of Bumble, when inspiration struck. Their in-air brainstorm session led to the idea for an Uber-like mobile app that would connect clients with independent nail technicians who would perform nail services any time, anywhere. The app, called Cherry, launched in Dallas on November 20.

3. Popular restaurant dishing brunch every day cracks open first Dallas location. In some of the biggest breakfast news ever, Dallas-Fort Worth will get its own branch of Snooze an A.M. Eatery, a Denver-based chain that's a legend on the breakfast and brunch front.

4. Couple's vision of elegance and fun comes to life in their spring North Dallas wedding. Jordan Isom and Wilson Neely’s love story started eight years ago in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The couple met while attending the University of Arkansas and started dating three years later. After four years together, Wilson proposed in front of his parents' North Texas house with a display straight out of a rom-com.

5. Only 2 Dallas stores make the cut for Starbucks' special holiday drink. Starbucks is offering a unique holiday drink that'll be available only at a handful of stores, including three stores in Texas. The drink is called a Juniper Latte and is designed to conjure up a sleigh ride over the river and through the woods, with a woody aroma and flavors of sweet mandarin and mulled spices.