Editor's note: A lot happened this week, including several restaurant closures, so here's your chance to get caught up. Read on for the week's most popular headlines.
1. Plano's Legacy food hall throws chowder and lobster stand overboard. There's another casualty at Legacy Hall, the food hall in Plano, this time seafood: After two years serving lobster rolls and clam chowder, Sea Breeze Lobsta & Chowda House will close on Sunday, March 15.
2. Chicago-style pizza doesn't cut it with 2 Dallas restaurant closures. A pizza chain specializing in deep-dish pies has sliced its local presence in half: Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom closed its only two Dallas restaurants, one at Mockingbird Station and the other in Cedar Hill.
3. Upscale seafood restaurant pulls up anchor on Uptown Dallas. An upscale seafood restaurant in Uptown Dallas pulled up its anchor and sailed away. Water Grill, a California concept that opened on McKinney Avenue in 2017, closed after three years.
4. Barbara Pierce Bush charms crowd with White House tales at Dallas luncheon. More than 400 guests filled the ballroom of Dallas Country Club for the fifth annual Love Luncheon, which supports families of children in the final stages of cancer. The main event was an onstage interview with former first daughter Barbara Pierce Bush.
5. Dallas steers to top of list as Texas’ most dangerous city for drivers. When it comes to traffic safety, you might call North Texas a two-way street. The region is home to both the most dangerous place and the safest place for drivers among Texas’ 40 biggest cities.