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Deep Cuts Dallas Butcher Shop oers custom cuts, handmade sausage, charcuterie, smoked meats and more. (Erick Pirayesh/Community Impact Newspaper) FEATURED IMPACT EXPANSION Deep Cuts Dallas Butcher Shop

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The business oers a variety of classes for children and adults, including ballet, tap, jazz and hip-hop. Centre For Dance’s new space features six studios and more than 10,000 square feet of space. 972-248-1112. 11 Reverie Bakeshop is in the process of relocating to 980 N. Coit Road, Ste. 2850, Richardson. The bakery oers a variety of vegan cakes and pastries as well as gluten-free options and more. The business closed its former location at 1930 N. Coit Road, Ste. 140, Richardson, in early June. The owners hope to reopen in the new location in late June or early July. 972-238-7511. 12 Music SO Simple marked its fth anniversary in June. The business oers lessons in piano, ute, guitar, voice and violin out of the studio owner Stathia Or- wig opened in 2018 at 1144 Plano Road, Ste. 142, in Richardson’s Arapaho Station development. Music SO Simple initially operated as a home business. Orwig said the business will hold an open house in August to celebrate the anniversary. 469- 778-2121. ANNIVERSARIES completed an expansion at 7989 Belt Line Road, Ste. 146, Dallas, in June. The business, which is located just outside the western edge of Richardson, is run by husband and wife co-owners Nate Abeyta and Deena Chazoya-Abeyta. Deep Cuts added 2,500 square feet to the shop by expanding into the vacant space next door. “We originally started o with a tiny little lobby and a 4-foot-[wide] meat case,” Abeyta said. “We’ve since expanded that to over 20 feet of meat case and several new cooler options. Everything we were doing, we can do [now] with more capacity to serve more of our guests.” The shop held its grand reopening in the space June 5, which also marked the rst time customers were allowed




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NEWMANAGEMENT 13 Electronics store Gadget Garage reopened under new management in early April at 567 W. Belt Line Road, Ste. 112, Richardson. The store, located in the Richardson Heights Shopping Center, buys, sells and repairs smart- phones, tablets, computers and more. 469-642-4041. IN THE NEWS Fried chicken restaurant Bojangles plans to add 15 locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex beginning next year. A representative from the company conrmed one of the rst three, which will be operated by franchisees Sajib Singha and Asish Baidya of SAT Restau- rant Group LLC, will open in Richardson. The other two are slated to be in Garland and Mesquite. The company’s franchise agreement with SAT Restaurant Group outlines the rst locations in Dallas-Fort Worth will open in the rst half of 2022, according to a company press release. An address and phone number for the Rich- ardson location has not been announced. inside the business since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. “Customers were really very accommodating to us—we had to pivot our business model overnight,” Abeyta said. “At the same time we were operating via curbside service, we were going through with our renovation.” Deep Cuts carries beef, pork, poultry, sausages, cured meats and cheeses as well as in-house smoked meats, specialty pantry items and more. 469-906-6420.

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