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Outrageously expensive Dallas shop tops 5 most popular stories this week

Outrageously pricey Dallas shop tops 5 most popular stories this week

To Be Continued resale shop at Inwood Village in Dallas
To Be Continued is redefining resale. Photo by Bruno and Yesi Fortuna
Fried chicken, Rapscallion
Rapscallion is one of the places to eat on Greenville Avenue. Photo courtesy of Rapscallion
Tofu with scallions at Wok Box pan Asian restaurant
Wok Box opening is just one tidbit of local dining news. Photo courtesy of Wok Box
The Citizenry Studio Shot 2
The Citizenry just opened a shop off Knox-Henderson. Photo courtesy of The Citizenry
Will Sale, Lanie Krister, Jeff Zarillo, Guillermo Diaz, Paul Katami, Danny DiGiacomo
Black Tie Dinner raises money for LGBT supportive organizations. Photo by Daniel Starke
To Be Continued resale shop at Inwood Village in Dallas
Fried chicken, Rapscallion
Tofu with scallions at Wok Box pan Asian restaurant
The Citizenry Studio Shot 2
Will Sale, Lanie Krister, Jeff Zarillo, Guillermo Diaz, Paul Katami, Danny DiGiacomo

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. Million-dollar resale shop changes the way Dallas buys designer labels. The newly opened consignment boutique To Be Continued (TBC) on Lovers Lane is a luxury resale haven, where once-worn Oscar de la Renta dresses, among other high-end frocks and accessories, go to be reborn. The cost to finish out the space? Nearly $1 million.

2. Best neighborhood eats: 10 hot new restaurants on Greenville Avenue. Lower Greenville's ongoing revival has seen a raft of restaurants whose casual spirit (and mid-range prices) draw young professionals in droves. Here's our list of sort of new, very hot Greenville Avenue eateries.

3. New restaurants to whet the appetite and more Dallas dining news. We're seeing an unusually large glut of new restaurant openings around Dallas, so you'd best get eating. On the table for top stories in Dallas dining, we have bread, barbecue, brunch, and burgers.

4. New Dallas shop opens for a local favorite with a global reach. Last year we told you about The Citizenry, an online boutique from Dallas natives Carly Nance and Rachel Bentley. It’s a little more than a year later, and now they’re celebrating the grand opening of their studio and showroom on Knox-Henderson.

5. Famous Dallas LGBT gala celebrates milestone year with wedding cakes for all. When the event is called Black Tie Dinner, you'd better dress your best. More than 2,600 guests did exactly that at the downtown Sheraton for the 34th annual gala, which benefits local and national LGBT organizations.