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. Dallas gets its own location of Eataly, the most foodie market of all. In the biggest foodie news since the discovery of yeast, Dallas has scored its own location of Eataly, the Italian-themed food hall/marketplace that's the ne plus ultra of gourmet food. The Dallas location will go into NorthPark Center and will open in 2020.
2. New tiny cabin vacation homes root east of Dallas for the ultimate escape. Soon, Dallasites won't have to travel too far to disconnect from it all in a trendy, tiny space. Getaway, a vacation startup for people want to, well, get away and connect with nature, will open its first tiny cabin community in Texas this summer, just two hours east of Dallas.
3. Where to eat in Dallas right now: 10 best new restaurants for May. In "Where to Eat Right Now," CultureMap unearths restaurants that no other publication can find. This edition has healthy eateries, chef-driven restaurants, local spots, and new chains from out of town. Here are our 10 new restaurants for May.
4. Dallas' Lakewood Theater finds second life with hip new bowling alley. The iconic Lakewood Theater will soon be home to a new bowling alley, when a Colorado-based concept called Bowlski's opens in the long-vacant venue. According to their website, they'll open in summer 2019.
5. Dallas' upscale Royal Blue Grocery puts Oak Cliff on its shopping list. Upscale boutique grocer Royal Blue Grocery has targeted another inner-city hipster neighborhood for its newest store: Oak Cliff. The Austin-born supermarket chain has applied for a permit from the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission for a store to open at 634 W. Davis St., in the space previously occupied by Bolsa Mercado.