This Week's Hot Headlines
Closure of buzzy breakfast spot tops this week's 5 hottest Dallas headlines
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 restaurant with bountiful breakfasts and 24 hours closes location. Dallas' Lemmon Avenue loses a breakfast option with the departure of Buzzbrews Kitchen, which closed its location at 4334 Lemmon Ave. on August 21, after 11 years.
2. Ex-Cowboy fields offers for his Oak Lawn home listed at $2.25 million. Former Dallas Cowboys cornerback Terence Newman hopes to pass along his Oak Lawn home to a new owner for $2.25 million. The contemporary house, situated on a corner lot at 2817 Park Bridge Ct., is one of just 14 homes in a gated community surrounded by Turtle Creek and the Katy Trail.
3. Fried taco cone wins 2019 State Fair of Texas Big Tex Choice Awards. Tacos won the day at the 2019 Annual Big Tex Choice Awards, aka the State Fair of Texas "fried food awards," crowned at a competition in the Tower Building at Fair Park on August 25.
4. State Fair of Texas moves opening day parade out of downtown Dallas. The State Fair of Texas, which lives by tradition, is changing one: It will move the location of its opening day parade. After decades of having the annual Opening Day Parade proceed through downtown, like a real parade is supposed to do, the State Fair is shifting the location to its home turf at Fair Park.
5. Only one Dallas spot lands on Southern Living's top 50 barbecue joints. Texas restaurants take nine of the 50 spots on Southern Living magazine's new list of the South's top 50 barbecue joints, including four of the top 10 — the most of any state. But just one Dallas restaurant makes the cut: Cattleack Barbeque, which comes in at No. 11.