read all about it

The best restaurants and Dallas celebrity spottings: The 5 most popular stories this week

The best restaurants and Dallas celebrity spottings: The 5 most popular stories this week

Dallas Fish Market
Dallas Fish Market is among our picks for hot restaurants in March. Dallas Fish Market
Sean Lowe shirtless
Dallas guy Sean Lowe is breaking hearts all over the world on this season of The Bachelor cheekychicago.com
Lamb chop at Fearing's Restaurant in the Ritz-Carlton, Dallas
Chef Dean Fearing — of best restaurant Fearing's — makes food we want to eat, like this honey-thyme-glazed lamb chop on parsley root puree. Fearing's Restaurant/Facebook
George Clooney, Stacy Keibler, Academy Awards
George Clooney (pictured here with Stacy Keibler) prefers to lay his head at the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek. Photo b Jason Merritt/Getty Images
Greenville Avenue St. Patrick's Day Parade in Dallas
St. Patrick's Day in Dallas is always a spirited affair.  Photo by Jerry McClure
Dallas Fish Market
Sean Lowe shirtless
Lamb chop at Fearing's Restaurant in the Ritz-Carlton, Dallas
George Clooney, Stacy Keibler, Academy Awards
Greenville Avenue St. Patrick's Day Parade in Dallas

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. Bachelor Sean Lowe reveals his quirky side — and sense of humor — in 140 characters or less. Oh that sexy-but-celibate Sean. He's quite the charmer. Looking for clues about whom he'll choose to be his wife on The Bachelor finale airing March 10? We scoured his very active Twitter feed. 

2. The 10 best restaurants in Dallas-Fort Worth. This is the first of three stories in our Best of Everything series to make the cut this week. Senior editor Teresa Gubbins is nothing if not a free spirit. Her choices for the top eateries in town raised some eyebrows but also garnered 460 Facebook likes. Care to weigh in? Comments are on.  

3. Where to eat in Dallas right now: 10 hot restaurants for March. Speaking of "Gubbshoe" Gubbins, her Lent edition restaurant round-up was a bit less controversial but nonetheless informative. Cafe Pacific, Driftwood and Sea Breeze Fish Market are just a few of the fresh catches this month. 

4. The 5 best places in Dallas to spot a celebrity. We know that Troy Aikman frequents Mi Cocina in Highland Park Village and Dirk Nowitzki dines at Suze. Oh, and Tony Romo got engaged at Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck. But where in Dallas might you run into a bonafide celebrity as they cruise through the city? Well, we took out the guesswork.

5. Mark your calendar for the 5 best annual events in Dallas. Our city is never short on great events, but some demand more attention than others. Certain annual events have proven worthy of repeat trips and advance planning so we don't miss all they have to offer, year and year out.