This week's hot headlines
New pizzeria with Venezuelan twist 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. Looking for the best things to do this weekend? Find that listhere. And, here are last-minute lists for Thanksgiving dining and to-go options.
1. Preciosa Pizza debuts in North Dallas with breakfast and Venezuelan twist. A pizzeria has opened in Dallas serving what is definitely a different slice: Called Preciosa Pizza, it's a newly-opened Neapolitan style pizzeria, at 3909 Frankford Rd. #110, but with a Venezuelan twist.
2. TxDOT proposes re-do of major Dallas freeway interchange at I-635 and I-35. The Texas Department of Transportation has a proposal to improve one of the largest mix masters in Dallas and is seeking public comments. The $380 million proposed plan is for improvements to the I-635 interchange with I-35 in North Dallas.
3. 2 things make Sandwich Spot in Frisco stand out from the sandwich crowd. Dallas-Fort Worth does not lack for sandwich shops but The Sandwich Spot, which opened in Frisco at the very end of 2022, has some elements that make it stand out from the rest.
4. Portland's famed Voodoo Doughnut has an opening date for Dallas shop. A much-anticipated doughnut shop is about to open its doors: Voodoo Doughnut, pioneers of the gourmet doughnut category, will make their Dallas debut with a location at 1806 Greenville Ave. #120. According to a release, the opening is on November 20 at 8 am.
5. Dallas university racks up 2 new rankings among top schools for entrepreneurship. The University of Texas at Dallas has earned new accolades for its entrepreneurship programs. UTD's Naveen Jindal School of Management appears at No. 15 in a national ranking of best graduate entrepreneurship programs by The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine. UTD also shows up at No. 28 for best undergraduate entrepreneurship program on the new lists.