Businesses that have recently opened or are coming soon, relocating or expanding
7 Southern U.S.-based Crust Pizza will tentatively open its new League City lo- cation at 1921 W. League City Parkway in late 2022 or early 2023. The chain offers 10- and 14-inch Chicago-style pizzas along with subs, calzones, salads and piz- za bowls. Other locations in the Houston area include The Woodlands, Louetta and Katy. www.crustpizzaco.com 8 Fogo de Chao Churrascaria is a Brazilian steakhouse planning to open at the end of the year at 500 Baybrook Mall Drive, Friendswood. The steakhouse was originally founded in Brazil and was brought to Dallas in 1997. 972-960-9533. www.fogodechao.com 9 Fat Tuesday plans to open at the end of this year at 500 Baybrook Mall Drive, Friendswood. Fat Tuesday has locations throughout the U.S. and offers different kinds of cocktails and cock- tail combinations, such as Jet Fuel and Miami Vice. www.fattuesday.com RELOCATIONS 10 The House of Goth opened its doors May 7 at 19014 Gulf Freeway, Friend- swood. The location offers a variety of products, including clothing, leather harnesses, chokers, garters, belts, cuffs, stockings, fingerless gloves, jewelry, accessories and home decor. The business originally was located inside of Baybrook Mall at 500 Baybrook Mall, Friend- swood, and was known as A Charmed Life Jewelry Designs. 832-224-4273. www.acharmedlifejewelrydesigns.com ANNIVERSARIES 11 Galveston’s iconic Pleasure Pier , 2501 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, celebrated its 10-year anniversary June 16. The Gulf- side tourist destination was the largest of its kind in the country in the late 1940s, and it was reconstructed and reopened in summer 2012. Pleasure Pier features 16 rides and a variety of food venues and re- tail stores, including Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. 409-766-4950. www.pleasurepier.com 12 June marked the 10-year anniversary of the relocation of League City’s historic Ghirardi oak tree . The tree, now over 100 years old, is located at the Ghirardi Family
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NOW OPEN 1 Dirt Poor Couture held a soft open- ing June 1 at 240 Park Ave. in Historic League City. The clothing store carries new, resale and vintage women’s cloth- ing and accessories, including designer pet apparel. The store has a sewing studio on-site where clothing can be repurposed and custom pieces are made for people and their pets. 832-905-4137. www.dirtpoorcouture.etsy.com 2 Food of Life opened in April and expanded its hours in May at 2500 Marina Bay Drive in west League City. The bakery specializes in organic, gluten-free and vegan baked goods and savory treats. The store has previously served buns, cakes, cookies and biscuits. 281-549-4682. www.facebook.com/eatfoodoflifellc
COMING SOON 5 Tilly’s aims to open at 500 Baybrook Mall Drive, Friendswood. Representatives said as of June 10 it will open in the next few weeks. Tilly’s is known for its cloth- ing for men, women and children. It also has backpacks, shoes and accessories. Tilly’s has locations throughout the U.S. 866-484-5597. www.tillys.com 6 The opening of the $30 million, 180,000-square-foot Amazon delivery station built at 2455 Tuscan Lakes Blvd., League City, is on an indefinite hold. Orig- inally expected to open in 2022, the Ama- zon facility is no longer expected to open on schedule, though League City officials said they expect it to open eventually but do not know why it was paused. In the meantime, the facility will remain empty. www.amazon.com
3 Koop’s BBQ Kitchen & Catering opened its permanent restaurant May 5, located at 4501 Broadway St. in Gal- veston. The barbecue restaurant serves items such as loaded nachos, loaded mac and cheese, jalapeno burgers, tacos, que- sadillas, turkey melts, chopped brisket sandwiches and pulled pork sandwiches. 409-539-0059. www.facebook.com/ koopsbbq 4 Fat Shack held a grand opening for its new Webster location May 3 at 1020 W. NASA Parkway. The chain sells burgers, wings, snacks and appetizers. Its signature item is its selection of Fat Sandwiches with varieties of unique toppings, including mozzarella sticks, onion rings and jalapeno poppers. The restaurant has five other Texas locations and is in other states as well. 281-525-4138. www.fatshack.com
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