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Curry Masala opened Sept. 15. (Courtesy Curry Masala)
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A Indian-Pakistani restaurant Curry Masala announced its second location opened Sept. 15 at 610 Rayford Road, Spring. The restaurant oers takeout, delivery, catering, curbside and pickup options. The restaurant focuses on serving vegetarian and meat curries along with traditional oerings such as biryani and kebabs. 281-362-5997. www.currymasalatx.com
rst new Greater Houston eatery to launch north of the city. Founded in Sugar Land in 1990, the family-owned Pepperoni’s now operates more than a dozen locations between Houston and its southern and western suburbs, serving signature and customizable pizzas along- side salads, chicken wings and desserts. 832-702-7800. www.pepperonis.net 4 The fourth Greater Houston-area franchise of Restore Hyper Wellness + Cryotherapy plans to launch in north- ern Spring in mid-October. Located at 3550 Rayford Road, Ste. 110, Restore’s newest oce oers cryotherapy, IV drip, hyperbaric oxygen and compression therapies alongside other services aimed at detox and improving chronic pain. 832-585-1022. www.restore.com 5 Cleveland-based Sherwin-Williams plans to open a retail location at Harmony Commons Plaza in Spring later this year, according to NewQuest Prop- erties. The new store, expected to open in the fourth quarter, will occupy 4,000
square feet at the Harmony develop- ment located o the Grand Parkway at 3532 Harmony Commons Drive, Spring. The global company oers paint and other residential and commercial building supplies. www.sherwin-williams.com CLOSINGS 6 The Woodlands-area location of Obstacle Warrior Kids announced its closure, eective Aug. 16, in a Face- book post. The business, located at 27329 Spectrum Way, Oak Ridge North, featured an indoor obstacle course and oered children’s classes, parties and camps. www.obstaclewarriorkids.com 7 The Shenandoah location of the girls clothing chain Justice closed this summer. The closing of the store in the Portono Shopping Center at 19075 I-45 N., Ste. 113A, Shenandoah, is one of hundreds nationwide announced following the July Chapter 11 bankruptcy ling of the brand’s parent company, As- cena Retail Group. www.shopjustice.com
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NOWOPEN 1 A new location of the Auburn, Ala- bama-based Chicken Salad Chick opened in northern Spring on Sept. 2. The national chicken salad restaurant chain’s newest eatery is located at 4131 Riley Fuzzel Road, Ste. 100, Spring. Chicken Salad Chick oers several chicken salad varieties alongside sandwiches, salads, soup and pimento cheese dishes. 346-326-2977. www.chickensaladchick.com 2 Andy’s Cleaners , a garment care busi- ness, opened in mid-August in Oak Ridge North. Located at 27600 Robinson Road,
the facility provides laundry, dry clean- ing and clothing adjustment services. Clothing drop-os can be completed in store or at the cleaner’s drop box, and pickup is available in store or curbside. The location also features an elec- tronic pickup kiosk that operates 24/7. 832-764-0162. www.andyscleaners.com COMING SOON 3 A franchise location of Pepperoni’s pizzeria will open this fall along the Grand Parkway in Spring. The restau- rant, located at 3235 Riley Fuzzel Road, Ste. 200, Spring, will be Pepperoni’s
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