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Beloved neighborhood restaurants top this week's 5 most popular Dallas stories

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. The 10 best neighborhood restaurants in Dallas are truly here to serve. For many diners, the restaurant that means the most is their neighborhood restaurant — the one that's nearby, that they frequent regularly, the one that's almost an extension of their own home. For those reasons and more, we include neighborhood restaurants as one of the categories in our annual CultureMap Tastemaker Awards, celebrating the best in Dallas food and drink. Here are the 10 nominees for Best Neighborhood Restaurant.
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Val documentary dives deep into life and career of Val Kilmer

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These are the 8 best things to do in Dallas this weekend

Arlington will be the place to be this weekend, as it will play host to both a huge concert — the most significant one since the beginning of the pandemic — and two big soccer matches. Other choices in the Dallas area will include new theater productions, a popular violinist, two well-known comedians, and the closing of a major art exhibition.
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The Official Tall Ship of Texas launches once-in-a-lifetime sailing classes in Galveston

Ahoy, sailors, water folk, and history buffs with Galveston vacation homes: A historical foundation is mustering crew for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to sail history. Guests are now invited to board Elissa, Galveston’s beloved, 19th-century cargo ship (and The Official Tall Ship of Texas) for sailing lessons on the floating icon, dubbed Elissa Sail Training, led by the Galveston Historical Foundation.
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Dallas is the first place you can get Costco items delivered by Uber

Uber and Costco have entered a new partnership in which Uber will deliver Costco merchandise, and the first place it's being offered is — ta-da — Texas. According to a release, the two companies have entered a delivery pilot program with 25 locations across the state, where Costco members can theoretically get their Costco goods delivered within hours, if not minutes, with Uber and Uber Eats.
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10 best bars in Dallas for 2021 give us a reason to leave the house

Bars are half the story of the food & beverage industry, which we'll celebrate via our annual CultureMap Tastemaker Awards, celebrating the best in Dallas food and drink. In our editorial series, we're spotlighting nominees in every category: best neighborhood restaurants, best rising star chefs, best bartenders, and best restaurants — voted on by a panel of judges, consisting of former CultureMap Tastemaker Award winners and local F&B experts, who helped narrow down the final list to 10 finalists.