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. Longtime burger joint off Dallas' Greenville Avenue closes after 26 years. A burger joint that had lasted for decades in one of Dallas' most central spots is kaput: Burger Street, the little drive-up in the Kroger parking lot at the corner of Mockingbird Lane and Greenville Avenue, closed after 26 years.
2. Rare Highland Park home still in vintage condition listed for $12.5 million. A century-old historic home in Highland Park that's been magnificently preserved is on the market. Located at 4712 Lakeside Dr., the Cary estate is a 7,643-square-foot home with five bedrooms, six bathrooms, two powder baths, a cabana, putting green, and tennis court, for sale for $12.5 million.
3. Marijuana-themed sandwich joint sparks up first Dallas shop in Deep Ellum. A marijuana-obsessed sandwich shop is coming to Dallas. Called Cheba Hut, it's a cannabis-themed restaurant based in Fort Collins, Colorado that will open its first Dallas location in the heart of Deep Ellum.
4. 3 hottest Dallas neighborhoods revealed by real estate authority. For first-time (or, really, anytime) homebuyers, the biggest question is: where should I live? A new list may help you narrow down your options. On January 28, real estate brokerage Redfin released its annual ranking of the hottest neighborhoods to watch in 2020, including the three buzziest communities in Dallas.
5. Oak Cliff mom-and-pop restaurant with chef-driven food gets shut down. After two years of trying to make ends meet, a sweet indie restaurant in Oak Cliff has shut its doors. Grassroots Kitchen, a mom-and-pop that opened in March 2018 in the Elmwood neighborhood at 2109 S. Edgefield Ave., closed on February 3.