This week's hot headlines
World's 'rudest' diner sasses up 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. Looking for the best things to do this weekend? Find that list here.
1. Diner featuring the 'world's rudest service' will pop up in Dallas. An innovative and sassy foodie tour is coming to Dallas: Called Karen's Diner, it's an Australia-based theme restaurant on tour across the U.S. that's like a cross between a restaurant pop-up and theater, and it's coming to Commerce Street for two nights in September.
2. Cowboys greats team up to score $2 million at 2023 Children's Cancer Fund gala. Sports stars, big celebrities, and generous philanthropists came together April 21 to "light it up" for kids who've experienced some darkness in their lives. Cowboys QB (and reigning NFL Man of the Year) Dak Prescott teamed up with Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman for a winning event.
3. Dallas' newest beer garden opens in Richardson with wink to major freeway. There's a new beer garden in Richardson: Called Old 75 Beer Garden, it's an outdoor retreat located at 740 S. Central Expwy., next-door to (and from the same owner as) Richardson Restaurant Park. Named for the freeway that it's adjacent to, the venue opened on April 21.
4. Luxe downtown Dallas hotel makes top 10 list of best lodgings in Texas. Though we are in the era of short-term rentals, Texas Monthly is out on the prowl to recognize those truly local hotel gems scattered across our wonderfully vast state. And a Dallas hotel has earned a top-10 recommendation spot.
5. Majestic Mad Hatter's takes English garden-party elegance to new heights in Dallas. The big Coronation may be a few days and an ocean away, but Dallas style queens donned their own crowns for a decidedly regal 35th Mad Hatter's Luncheon on April 20 at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. Hats for the "Celebration of English Elegance" ranged from grand millinery to fun fascinators to glue-gun gloriousness.