Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of March 11.

Note: The following stories were published March 8-9.

Dallas-Fort Worth

Fatburger to open new location on Dallas Parkway in south Plano

The franchise currently has locations in Arlington, Allen and North Richland Hills, with plans to also open in Keller. Fatburger first opened in California in 1947 as a three-stool hamburger stand. The restaurant serves hand-pressed beef patties, scratch-made onion rings, homemade chili and hand-scooped ice cream, according to its website.

H-E-B store in Plano on track for fall grand opening, will add 425 jobs to city

Construction on the H-E-B store being built in Plano is still on track for a fall opening this year and has not seen any major delays due to weather, company officials said.

Howard Wang’s China Grill to close at The Star in Frisco

A new location in north Dallas along Hillcrest and Arapaho roads will open later this year, staff said.

Central Texas

54th Street Restaurant & Drafthouse in Pflugerville to open March 14

The menu at 54th Street Restaurant & Drafthouse features more than 150 items, including craft burgers, steaks, sandwiches and Southern comfort food dishes, including fried steak, ribs and jambalaya.

Greater Houston

Burrito District now serving Cali-Mex cuisine on Kuykendahl Road in Spring

The business serves a variety of California-style Mexican dishes, such as ceviche, Baja fish tacos and carne asada burritos as well as beverages, including margaritas, horchata and jamaica–a hibiscus tea.

William C. Wadsack, Erick Pirayesh, Matt Payne, Brian Rash and Emily Lincke contributed to this report.