Indian buffets, Easter brunch options and Mr. Pee: The 5 most popular stories this week
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. Queue up for the 8 best Indian buffets in Dallas. Most of our Indian restaurants are located in the two suburbs with the largest Indian populations: Irving-Las Colinas and Richardson. But we didn't let geography stop us as we sampled Indian buffets across DFW to narrow down the list of our favorites.
2. Can you identify this guy pissing on Deep Ellum's community garden? The video tells the sordid tale: In the dark of night, at 12:18 in the very early morning hours of March 15, three hooligans creep into a nook behind the storage shed of Deep Ellum Gardens, the neighborhood's plucky, fledgling community garden. Make haste, would-be-crime-fighters, for the little pisser is still on the loose.
3. Where to do Easter brunch and lunch in Dallas. Easter marks the beginning of spring for most people, which means that brunch is once again in style. We've compiled a list of top options for March 31 so you're not left in a bind on Sunday.
4. Decked-out devotees swoon at haute House of DIFFA fundraising fashion show. Marie Antoinette-inspired fashions, dynamic drag divas, priceless live auction experiences, burlesque dancers — over-the-top doesn’t even begin to describe House of DIFFA, the fashion and awards show presented by Joule Dallas, benefiting North Texas HIV/AIDS charities.
5. In-demand band Mumford & Sons hits Dallas stage this summer. Local fans of the folk rock group Mumford & Sons have been waiting a long time for the band to head this way again. But their patience will be rewarded on June 11 when Mumford & Sons stop by Gexa Energy Pavilion alongside Michael Kiwanuka and Mystery Jets.