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Breaking Ground Along with Tupps Brewery, McKinney will see several new spots for entertainment opening in 2022.

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Tupps President Keith Lewis (far right) and members of the McKinney Community Development Corp. toss beer grains at a groundbreaking ceremony for the new brewery site on Jan. 7.

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I like working at Text-Em-All because I get encouragement to learn and grow personally and professionally. There’s open communication and transparency between departments that I haven’t experienced with previous employers. Finally, the teamwork is unmatched! My teamhas my back. Brittney Barnes, Customer Experience Specialist NowHiring Software Engineers Data Analyst/Engineer Key Account Manager

Text-Em-All founders Brad Herrmann and Hai Nguyen are committed to operating a people-first company, and have kept that mission at the center of every decision related to 'return to office' plans.

Investment in hybrid workmodel becoming a competitive advantage for Frisco tech company

The opportunity to build stronger teams and cross- department relationships was a major factor in software company Text-Em-All’s decision to begin a hybrid work model experiment this fall. Starting in November, Text-Em- All began designating two

For example, leading up to the return to the office, company leaders created “TEA Talks,” short for “Text-Em-All Talks,” by grouping employees together to ask non-work questions and help coworkers get to know each other. “We just noticed those relationships that you can build so easily when you’re with someone else at the office, that we took that for granted,” said Hai Nguyen, Text-Em-All Founder and Head of Product. “We found as the pandemic got longer, it was missing.” Text-Em-All continues to invest in building the relationships the company values so much. The “TEA Talks” were a hit and continue today, and they started a program that includes going out to lunch on the company’s dime with an employee from a different department. Since the hybrid work model began in November, longtime employee and Senior Account Manager Thomas Hoffmann said not only has it been nice to have the office camaraderie back, it has also helped with his work-life balance. “It’s nice for my family to have a schedule to know [my routine],” he said. “Having a routine and something that’s set and not always in flex helps us all be successful, beyond just coworkers but our home life, too.” Although some companies around the globe are pivoting to full-time remote work indefinitely, Text- Em-All leaders believe their team will have competitive advantage in the future due to investing in a hybrid environment. Plus, it helps result in a level playing field for everyone: No one misses the “meeting after the meeting” and employees don’t have to deal with as many hybrid internal meetings. “Being private and employee-owned allows us to make long-term decisions,” Herrmann said. “Going full remote has its advantages, but we don’t feel it holds up so well in the long run. So, we’ve come up with a model that does our best to balance the wants and needs of our team members with those of our company.” At the end of the day, a positive company culture is all about building trust and building relationships, Nguyen said. “Once we have trust, as a team we’re able to solve the tough problems,” he said.

days a week—Monday and Thursday—for employees to work remotely if they choose to do so. The other three days all employees are expected to work in the office, strengthening relationships with coworkers and

building company culture. “We’ve believed that magic happens

around the water cooler for years,” Founder and President Brad Herrmann said. “I truly believe that. At the end of the day,

push comes to shove, a team that has had those interactions and knows each other better will outperform the others.” Part of Text-Em-All’s company culture also centers around cross-team relationships and mentorship among junior and senior level employees. The Frisco-based software company, which specializes in delivering text messages and phone calls, employs more than 40 individuals, including software engineers, customer experience specialists and account managers. “We empower our customer service people to

“We've believed that magic happens around the water cooler for years.” BradHerrmann, Text-Em-All Founder and President

engage with engineers, and we want the engineers to ask the marketing team what’s going on,” Herrmann said. “Our ultimate enemy is siloed teams.” Herrmann said Text-Em-All wants to reap the full benefit of a hybrid work model, which includes mentorship between senior- level staff and newer junior-level employees or interns. “If we’re asking a senior engineer to come to the office, that person can almost certainly get more work done at home,” he said. “But coming to the office is the other part of their job. We need senior engineers to work alongside the junior engineers and interns. We’re asking them to make the drive in to magnify their impact.” Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Text-Em-All was 100% based in the office; remote work was done occasionally, but was not the norm. The pandemic showed leadership that the company could function well remotely, but the team had to get creative to find an avenue to simulate in-person interactions.

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for celiac or gluten-intolerant people to nd,” co-owner Karla Pittman said. Pittman’s husband, Coyt, has an intol- erance to wheat, and she said it is hard nding places that are safe for him to eat, which inspired their gluten-free menu. CK’s Kitchen With an Attitude also began oering non-gluten-free menu items at the beginning of the year. 469-693-8314. www.facebook.com/ckskitch 3 Commercial Bank of Texas , or CBTx, had its soft opening in mid-October for its new McKinney branch, located at 321 N. Central Expressway, Ste. 100. Com- mercial Bank of Texas is a full-service community bank that oers personal and business banking, from mortgages to nancing for a business. The bank also handles personal checking and savings accounts and oers investment services insurance. 469-885-8950. www.cbtx.com 4 Barro’s Pizza opened Dec. 1 at 2730 S. Central Expressway, McKinney. The family-owned and -operated restaurant is the rst Barro’s Pizza location to open outside of Arizona. Amenities at the restaurant include TVs, a covered patio, a kids area with toys and games, and an exclusive room for parties. There are fu- ture plans to expand the patio to include an outdoor play area for children with articial grass and a small playground, spokespeople for the restaurant said. Barro’s Pizza serves pizza with savory and sweet sauces, uy crusts, chicken wings, pasta, salads and subs. The new location also oers beers on draft, bot- tled beer and wine, and freshly brewed tea as well as gluten-free and vegan options. 469-625-2898. www.barrospizza.com

FEET ON FIRE? Louisiana St., McKinney. Bresnan Bread and Pastry will oer grab-and-go food ranging from sourdough breads and laminated pas- tries to cookies and pies. It will also have a coee program that will include Noble Coyote Coee Roasters. www.bresnanbreadandpastry.com 7 Bresnan Bread and Pastry is expected to open in its new location in McKinney in early 2022. The bakery is tentatively expected to open in January at 301B 5 Life.Church opened Dec. 19 at 250 N. Hardin Blvd., McKinney. This location marks the church’s fourth campus in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Life.Church McKinney hosts Sunday services at 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. as well as Wednesday night worship at 7 p.m. All services are also available online. The church has various ministries in which members can volun- teer, including greeting, ushering, man- aging operational systems and mentoring youth. More information about volunteer opportunities can be found on the Life. Church McKinney website. 972-499-5298. www.life.church/mckinney 6 Two Señoritas Restaurant & Cantina opened Jan. 11 at 1222 N. Central Express- way, McKinney. The restaurant serves traditional Tex-Mex with “touches of authentic Mexican food,” general manager Juan Esquerre said. The menu features sour cream enchiladas, chile rellenos and fajitas. Esquerre added that the bar sta makes margarita recipes from scratch. The most popular drinks from the original location in Mount Pleasant are the Grande Margarita and the Cheesecake Margari- ta. 214-548-4182. www.facebook.com/ twosenoritasmckinney/ COMING SOON

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NOWOPEN 1 The Mill at East McKinney, a wedding and event venue, has opened a new space for outdoor ceremonies and receptions. The newly constructed Ashlee’s Garden event space is located at 501 E. Loui- siana St., McKinney, and held its grand opening Nov. 11. Ashlee’s Garden is able to host outdoor cocktail parties, wedding ceremonies, receptions, graduations, galas, parties, community fundraisers

and live music from the permanent stage. The garden features articial turf, so it is green year-round. 972-529-8033. www.millateastmckinney.com 2 The CK’s Kitchen With an Attitude food truck opened Nov. 5 at 4169 E. University Drive, McKinney. The food truck oers gluten-free menu items that include chicken and waes, loaded fries, and desserts. “We are able to introduce [gluten-free] dishes that taste amazing and also safe to-go food that is so hard

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RELOCATIONS 8 ReviewWave announced that it would move to the third oor of 300 E. Davis St., McKinney, in mid-January. Previously operating out of Irvine, California, Review Wave produces automated software that allows patients to review their experiences with health care professionals. In addition to reviews, services include appointment reminders with two-way texting, online scheduling and local listings. Review Wave’s agreement with the McKinney Eco- nomic Development Corp. would create 73 high-tech and executive jobs over the next three years, according to a January news release. This would bring the company’s total number of employees to 130, with an average salary of $76,000. “We are so excited to partner with Review Wave on their relocation here in McKinney,” MEDC President Peter Tokar said in the release. “We know they are going to hit the ground running given their record of growth.” 800-563-0469. www.reviewwave.com EXPANSIONS 9 In the fall, the team behind Local Yocal BBQ & Grill launched a new event space, The Augustus . The Augustus is located behind the restaurant at 350 E. Louisiana St., Ste. B, McKinney. The event space has more than 6,000 square feet across ve rooms to host weddings, corporate events, holiday parties, birthdays, family reunions and more. 469-444-8442. www.theaugustusmckinney.com FEATURED IMPACT EXPANSIONS After opening a temporary facility at the McKinney National Airport in the fall, Cirrus Aircraft is gearing up for a $9 million expansion. The temporary facility oers maintenance, ight training and management for Cirrus Aircraft owners in the area at 1500 Industrial Blvd., McKinney. The more than 47,000-square-foot facility will expand Cirrus’ capacity of those services with space for aircraft storage, service hangars and a two- story oce, according to documents led with the state. The Cirrus McKinney Factory Direct Service

Center is expected to break ground in the rst quarter of 2022 and be completed by the rst quarter of 2023. The new center will eventually bring more than 30 jobs to the area, a spokesperson said. 800-921-2737. www.cirrusaircraft.com

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preneurial ventures. Halliday owns The Wellness Experience along with Toniqua Green, Tabitha Harris, Dr. Samone Brown and Dr. Stacia Alexander. “Our community deserves holistic options,” Halliday said in the release. “We are finding customers who feel that their wellness needs are often not met.” 972-850-8865. https://cbdwellness365.com COMING SOON 3 Pryme Yoga , a boutique yoga and primal movement studio, is set to open in January at 7701 Stacy Road, McKinney. Pryme Yoga will provide yoga-inspired experiences that also employ sound healing, visualization, essential oils, in- frared sauna therapy and crystal healing, according to the website. Classes will be offered to people at all ability levels and will highlight different styles and traditions of yoga. Styles of yoga that will be taught include vinyasa and yin as well as sculpt and fusion, the website states. www.prymeyoga.com 4 A new Starbucks is planned for the corner of US 380 and Hardin Boulevard in McKinney at 1751 N. Hardin Blvd. This cafe is slated to open in summer 2022 and will feature a drive-thru and patio, a Starbucks spokesperson said. The

NOWOPEN 1 A new indoor water obstacle course opened at the McKinney Apex Centre Dec. 17. The new NinjaCross obstacle course at the recreation center, located at 3003 Alma Road, McKinney, is the first of its kind in Texas and the second in the nation, McKinney city officials stated. Dubbed the Hydro Course Xpe- rience, the new amenity features two obstacle courses for easy and difficult skill levels. The courses are suspended from the ceiling over the center’s com- petition pool. Participants dangle over the water to go over the course and also have to drop into the water to complete underwater elements of the course. The course is open to individuals age 7 and up. 972-547-2739. www.mckinneytexas.org/3331/members 2 The Wellness Experience opened Dec. 11 at 5100 W. Eldorado Parkway, Ste. 106, McKinney. The Black- and wom- en-owned store sells various CBD prod- ucts, including recovery, beauty and pet care essentials. Best sellers range from lotion to hemp honey to vape cartridg- es, according to the business’s website. Founding Partner Kendra Halliday said in a December news release that she want- ed to take a step toward Black women connecting with one another on entre-

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ordinance at the Ridge Road address to allow for commercial uses. Stonebridge Family Vet has been operating out of a rented location, and its lease is set to expire in August of next year, the clinic stated in a letter to the city. Family Vet Group, which owns and operates Stone- bridge Family Vet, intends to purchase the property and construct a 4,000- to 10,000-square-foot commercial mixed- use building with the anchor tenant being Stonebridge Family Vet. McKinney City Council approved the request at its Nov. 16 meeting. A construction timeline was not announced. 214-856-7005. www.stonebridgefamilyvet.com NAME CHANGE 7 A 10-acre neighborhood park located at 1617 Prestwick Hollow Drive, McKin- ney, is now called Prestwyck Park. The McKinney City Council approved the name of the park, which was previously unnamed, at a Sept. 7 meeting after the McKinney Parks, Recreation and Open Space Advisory Board recommended it. The park is directly adjacent to Hughes Elementary School, a Prosper ISD campus. 972-547-7480. www.mckinneytexas.org/616 /parks-directory

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The McKinney Chamber’s Harlem Renaissance night will feature a DJ, dancers, a casino table and more. (Courtesy Wikimedia Commons) BLACKHISTORYMONTH EVENTS GATHER EVENT CENTER 207 E. Virginia St., McKinney FEBRUARY 03 Lecture Series: “Black Businesses Overcoming Obstacles and Leveraging Opportunities”, 5-7 p.m.

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Stroll through Chestnut Square during a guided tour of six historic sites. Tours can be modied to pique the interest of those in each group. 11 a.m.-noon. $10 (adults), $7 (military, students and seniors). 315 Chestnut St., McKinney. 972-562-8790. www.chestnutsquare.org/tours (Courtesy Chestnut Square)

04 DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY McKinney Parks and Recreation presents the Daddy Daughter Dance at the Recreation Center at Towne Lake. The night will include dinner, a live DJ and photos. 5-6:30 p.m. (ages 3-8), 7:30- 9 p.m. (ages 8 and up). $20 (residents), $25 (nonresidents). 2001 S. Central Expressway, McKinney. 972-547-2690. https://tinyurl.com/2p8jt7sp 04 THROUGH 05 WATCH A COMEDY COMPETITION The Comedy Arena will host The Humor Games, an elimination-style improv comedy competition that pits the city’s best comedians against one another. Improvisers will perform games and scenes based on audience suggestions, and the audience will decide who makes it to the next round. 10:30-11:30 p.m. $17. 305 E. Virginia St., McKinney. 832-622-8676. www.showclix.com/ event/the-humor-games/tag/vesta 05 ZIPLINE THROUGHNATURE Head to the Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary for Zip Line Day. Climb a 23-foot tree to the zip platform before zipping down the 487-foot line. Registration is required. 1-4 p.m. $12 (per trip). 1 Nature Place, McKinney. 972-562-5566. www.heardmuseum.org/event/ zip-line-day-2-5-2022/ 05 EXPERIENCE VISUAL POETRY The Mockingbird Poetry Society will host a poetry reading at Heard- Craig Center for the Arts. Society Secretary Barry Rynk has compiled 37 poems written during the pandemic and set them to visuals made by local artists from the Art Club of McKinney and the McKinney Art House. The event will also double as a canned good collection for local homeless shelters. Monetary donations will also be accepted. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Free. 205 W. Hunt St., McKinney. 972-569-6909. https://tinyurl.com/2p8vrbk4

JANUARY 27 CREATE ANEWCRAFT Resident artist Mary Hannigan will lead a workshop at Millhouse McKinney on monotype printmaking. The activity entails applying paint or printing ink to a at sheet of metal, glass or fabric. The painted image is then transferred to paper. Wine and snacks will be provided. 4:30-6:30 p.m. $45. 610 Elm St., Ste. 1000, McKinney. 202-810-2101. First United Bank will host a workshop called “Employee to Entrepreneur,” where business and banking specialists break down the realities and opportunities in business ownership and nancing. 11:30 a.m.- 1:30 p.m. Free. 6401 S. Custer Road, McKinney. 817-821-7997. https://tinyurl.com/cjawt8nd FEBRUARY 03 BECOME AWINE EXPERT Mary Vail-Grube will host a wine www.millhousefoundation.org 28 LEARN TO BE A BOSS and food pairing workshop at Millhouse McKinney. Attendees will learn about the dierent types of sparkling wine while tasting small bites of food to go with each. From champagne to prosecco to frizzante, this workshop will cover the nuances of each. 5:30-7 p.m. $35. 610 Elm St., McKinney. 202-810-2101. www.millhousefoundation.org 03 LEARN TODANCE The Old Settlers Recreation Center hosts bachata nights on Thursdays, when adults age 18 and up can learn fun and easy dance styles from the Dominican Republic. Class attendees will learn basic steps, turns and how to lead or follow with style. No partner is necessary as dancers rotate during the class. 7-8 p.m. $10. 1201 E. Louisiana St., McKinney. 972-542-5014. https://tinyurl.com/2p9xhj6c

MCKINNEY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER 111 N. Tennessee St., McKinney FEBRUARY 05 Art Show, 6-8 p.m. 10 College Megafest, 5-7 p.m.

10 Lecture Series: “Black Perspectives on the College Experience,” 7-8 p.m. 17 Lecture Series: “The Future of African Americans in Politics,” 6-7:30 p.m. 24 Lecture Series: “The Integration of McKinney ISD,” 6-7:30 p.m. 26 Traveling Black History Month Museum, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

NEWOUTREACH CHURCH 506 Wilcox St., McKinney FEBRUARY 27 Adopt-a-Church, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

THE SANCTUARY 6633 Virginia Parkway, Ste. 102, McKinney FEBRUARY 18 Harlem Renaissance Dance, 7-10 p.m.

For more information about Black History Month events in MckInney, call 469-505-0052 or visit www.mckinneybhm.com.

06 DO YOGAWITH GOATS Dallas Goat Yoga will host a goat yoga session at The Stix Icehouse. The club welcomes everyone ages 5 and up to enhance their yoga experience with goats. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. The event is BYOM: bring your own mat, and towels will be provided on a rst come, rst served basis. Goats are not potty-trained animals. There will be a sanitizing station with antibacterial wipes available. 10-11 a.m. $20 (ages 5-12), $32 (ages 12 and up). 301 Eldorado Parkway, Ste. 100, McKinney. 214-592-8335. https://tinyurl.com/3a5tu8m9 12 TAKE AWINEWALK Grab friends or a signicant other and head to downtown McKinney for the Valentine’s Chocolate and Wine Walk. Lone Star Wine Cellars will

provide wine for tasting. Attendees will receive a souvenir wine glass, 10 wine bottles and four chocolate samples. noon-6 p.m. $30 (general admission), $40 (VIP). 111 N. Tennessee St., McKinney. 972-547-9463. https://tinyurl.com/4fdb5d54 19 THOUGH 26 DONATE A PROMDRESS Stonebridge United Methodist Church will host the McKinney Prom Closet. The church will accept short and long gowns, jewelry, shoes and accessories. All gowns should be clean and on hangers. Donations are tax deductible. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Free. 1800 S. Stonebridge Drive, McKinney. 972-979-3042. https://tinyurl.com/ 2p8wywwf

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education and training focused exclusively on the movement of teeth, jawbones, facial bones, and soft tissue–3,700 hours of specialized training to be exact. They understand growth and development and are also called dentofacial orthopedists. 3. Because of their extensive training, orthodontists can provide you with a truly customized treatment plan. Straightening teeth and aligning the bite are both complex biological processes, not quick fixes. With expertise in those complexities (like changes in jaw bones, facial bone and soft tissue as teeth are moved), your orthodontist is equipped to provide a truly custom treatment plan that is best for you. When it comes to your health you don’t want to miss any critical factors.

When your pup is overdue for a groom, you wouldn’t bring them to your appointment at the salon. For maintenance of your poodle’s locks, you visit a groomer – the definitely-right person to maintain your pup’s coat, not the almost-right person. The same is true for orthodontic treatment. Orthodontists are specialized in properly aligning teeth and jaws and possess the dental training to give you your best smile, making them the definitely-right person for orthodontic treatment. To put it simply, it’s best to see an orthodontist for orthodontics. Here’s why: 1. Orthodontists are specialists. Orthodontists are specialists who focus on your bite and alignment of your teeth. Their job is to not only make sure that your smile looks great, but your bite feels good and functions properly, too. 2. Orthodontists have 3,700 hours of orthodontic training. YES! 3,700. In addition to dental school, orthodontists are the only dental specialists who have additional

When it’s time to make an appointment for yourself or your family, take comfort that, by

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COMMUNITY SNAPSHOT

Data and information on local communities

COMPILED BY BROOKLYNN COOPER

The city of McKinney, which is named after Collin McKinney, a pioneer from the 1800s, has boasted the title of county seat for almost 175 years. With a unique and eclectic downtown district, various entertainment options and amenities, the city has grown by almost 50% over the past decade. GETTING TOKNOW MCKINNEY

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Local demographics*

2010

2020

McKinney

Collin County

Texas

McKinney is becoming increasingly diverse, with dierent ethnic groups growing over the years. The most noticeable change is the rise in Asian residents.

Although Texas as a whole has grown over the last decade, McKinney’s rate of growth has surpassed both Collin County and the state as new residents move to the city. Population changes

18.61% 64.48% 10.23% 0.46% 4.00% 0.06% 0.14% 2.00%

17.10% 52.51% 12.68% 0.37% 12.23% 0.08% 0.44% 4.60%

Hispanic or Latino

White

Black or African American

American Indian or Alaska native

131,117

782,341

25,145,561

2010

2010

2010

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Native Hawaiian or other Pacic Islander

195,308

1,064,465

29,145,505

2020

2020

2020

Some other race Two or more races

+49.0%

+36.1%

+15.9%

NOTE: TOTALS MAY NOT ADD UP TO 100% DUE TO ROUNDING.

*ALL CATEGORIES LISTED ARE RACES, EXCEPT FOR HISPANIC OR LATINO, WHICH IS NOT A RACE. HOWEVER, THE PERCENTAGES OF THE OTHER RACES LISTED DO NOT INCLUDE HISPANIC OR LATINO RESIDENTS.

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20 Miruku Creamery + Cafe 207 N. Kentucky St. 2145485543 www.mirukucreamery.com $ 21 Salomay 5121 Collin McKinney Parkway, Ste. 100 4696177159 www.salomays.com $ B CAJUN 22 Storming Crab 2045 N. Central Expressway, Ste. 700 4699055888 https://mckinney.stormingcrab.us $ $$ $$$ K 23 Walk-Ons Sports Bistreaux 3702 W. University Drive 2253304533 www.walk-ons.com $$ H K COMING 2022 COFFEETEA 24 Ding Tea 2050 W. University Drive, Ste. 145 2145484236 www.dingtea.com $ 25 Dutch Bros Coee 1401 N. Custer Road 5419554700 www.dutchbros.com $ B K 26 Hello Boba 260 N. Coit Road 2145484066 www.hellobobatea.com $ 5

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ASIAN 7 Desi District 5400 Collin McKinney Parkway 9452348830 www.thedesidistrict.com $$ K 8 Kuma Ramen 5121 Collin McKinney Parkway, Ste. 800 2148428173 www.kumaramentx.com $ $$ 9 Mad for Chicken 216 W. Virginia St., Ste. 102 9723720685 www.madforchicken.com $ $$ H 10 P.F. Chang’s To Go 1801 N. Hardin Blvd., Ste. 100 4693013336 https://order.pfchangs.com/store/7024 $ $$ $$$ K 11 Roll On In 7001 S. Custer Road, Ste. 600 2148925257 www.rollonin.com $$ K 12 SushiBox 8930 SH 121, Ste. 562 9723328165 www.sushiboxtx.com $

BAKERIES &DESSERTS 13 Braum’s Ice Cream & Dairy 1501 N. Custer Road 4699053882 www.braums.com $ B K 14 Bresnan Bread and Pastry 301B Louisiana St. 2145781979 www.bresnanbreadandpastry.com $ $$ B COMING EARLY 2022 15 Buzzed Bull Creamery 7001 S. Custer Road, Ste. 600 2148925257 www.buzzedbullcreamery.com/near-by-loca- tions/mckinney-tx $ 16 Crumbl Cookies 3194 W. University Drive, Ste. 200 4697155983 www.crumblcookies.com/mckinney $ 17 Dreamy Desserts 1109 N. Tennessee St., Ste. 200 www.instagram.com/dreamyy.dessertss 18 House of Bread Bakery Cafe 7551 Eldorado Parkway https://mckinney.houseoread.com B COMING EARLY 2022 19 Melodic Bake Shop 1550 S. Custer Road, Ste. 600 2145484232 www.facebook.com/melodicbakeshop $

AMERICAN 1 B&B Cafe 1411 N. Custer Road, Ste. 100 9032274909 www.bandbcafemckinney.com $ $$ B K 2 Chick-l-A 5001 W. University Drive 4693842440 www.chick-l-a.com/locations/tx/ lake-forest-dr-hwy-380 $ B K 3 Jersey Mike’s 6720 Alma Road 9723630030 www.jerseymikes.com $ K 4 The Stix Icehouse 301 W. Eldorado Parkway 2145928335 www.thestixicehouse.com $$ B H K 5 Two Skillets on the Square 109 N. Kentucky St. 2142504118 www.twoskilletsonthesquare.com B COMING EARLY 2022 6 Urban Grill & Wine Bar 218 E. Louisiana St. 2145484075 www.urbangrillmckinney.com $$ $$$ B H COMPILED BY MATT PAYNE

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27 Magic Cup Cafe 7701 Stacy Road, Ste. 100 4697140448 www.magiccupcafe.com $ 28 Starbucks 3651 Virginia Parkway www.starbucks.com $ B COMING SPRING 2022 29 Starbucks

35 Valerie’s Taco Shop 6720 Alma Road

www.valeriestacoshop.com $ B K COMING JANUARY 2022 PIZZA 36 Barro’s Pizza 2730 S. Central Expressway 4696252898 www.barrospizza.com $ K 37 Domino’s Pizza 4550 Eldorado Parkway, Ste. 100 9727170800 www.pizza.dominos.com/texas/mckin- ney/4550-eldorado-pkwy $ 38 Mira’s Pizza 5121 Collin McKinney Parkway, Ste. 1100 2145928488 www.miraspizza.com $ $$ 39 Parry’s Pizzeria & Taphouse 3705 W. University Drive, Ste. 100 www.parryspizza.com $$ $$$ H K 40 Romeo’s Pizza 3755 S. Lake Forest Drive, Ste. 100 4697936777 www.romeospizza.com $$ $$$ 41 Shelby’s Pizza 210 N. Coit Road, Ste. 220 4696177065 www.shelbyspizza.com $ K

1751 N. Hardin Blvd. www.starbucks.com $ B COMING SUMMER 2022 30 TeaLatte Bar 7001 S. Custer Road, Ste. 400 2148428785 www.tealattebar.com $$ 31 Yaba Java Cafe 3935 S. Lake Forest Drive 9723697237 www.yabajava.com $$ B MEXICAN&TEXMEX 32 Taco Ocho 3041 S. Custer Road, Ste. 800 4696310086 www.tacoocho.com $ B H K 33 Tasty Casa 1213 S. McDonald St. 4697965041 www.facebook.com/tastycasa $ B H 34 Two Señoritas Restaurant & Cantina 1222 N. Central Expressway www.twosenoritasrestaurant.com $ $$ $$$

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BEAUTYHEALTH 1 BeBalanced Hormone Weight Loss Center 3610 W. University Drive, Ste. 150 2145928889 https://bebalancedcenters.com/location/ mckinney 2 The Exercise Coach 1890 N. Stonebridge Drive, Ste. 330 4696267039 www.exercisecoach.com/mckinney 3 The Fit Pelvis 101 W. Louisiana St., Ste. 205 2146008168 www.thetpelvis.com 4 OsteoStrong 5531 Virginia Parkway, Ste. 300 4696252900 https://centers.osteostrong.me/stonebridge 5 Stride 3935 S. Lake Forest Drive, Ste. 105 COMPILED BY BROOKLYNN COOPER

4698157812 www.runwithstride.com CLOTHESACCESSORIES 6 Apricot Lane Boutique 110 W. Virginia St., Ste. 100 2145928004 https://apricotlaneboutique.com/store/mckinney 7 Atomic Mists Boutique 208 E. Virginia St. 4699071313 www.atomicmistsboutique.com 8 Grady Ln Boutique 111 Chestnut St.

www.gradyln.com 9 LY Outtters 110 N. Tennessee St. 4694240897 https://loyoouttters.wpengine.com 10 McKinney Hat Co. 213 N. Kentucky St. 4699071051 www.mckinneyhatcompany.com

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