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8 Maternity clinic My Pure Delivery plans to open a new location this sum- mer at 6217 Chapel Hill Blvd., Ste. 100, Plano. The business will offer in-person lactation consultations, classes, support groups and breast pump rentals. My Pure Delivery also hopes to offer home visits once the coronavirus pandemic is over. The new location will be the second for the business, which currently operates out of Cedar Park. 972-842-9500. www.mypuredelivery.com/plano RELOCATIONS 9 NY Pizza Palace opened at 2141 W. Park Blvd., Plano, on April 29 in the space previously occupied by Fino Italian Bistro. The restaurant, which relocated from just north of the Addison border in Dallas, serves authentic New York-style pizza as well as entrees such as eggplant parmi- giana, chicken cacciatore and tortellini with alfredo sauce. The restaurant’s menu also includes a variety of homemade pasta, hot or cold subs and desserts. 972-392-9222. https://nypizzaplano.com ANNIVERSARIES 10 The staff of Vitality Dental cele- brated the business’ fifth anniversary in early May. Dr. Andrew Kung and his staff began offering dental services at 2329 Coit Road, Ste. A, Plano in May 2016. In addition to general dentistry services, the office also offers root canals, extractions, dental implants and more. 972-526-5722. www.vitalitydentaldfw.com 11 Lakeside Pet Groomers will mark its fifth anniversary in Plano this June. The business originally opened at 5813
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NOWOPEN 1 Salad and Go opened its first Plano location May 5 at 1400 Coit Road. The drive-thru concept eatery offers made- to-order salads, wraps, soups and drinks. Those items are priced at the same cost as fast food to further the company’s mission to make healthy food convenient and affordable, according to a release from Salad and Go. The restaurant also offers breakfast items such as organic cold brew and five different breakfast burritos. Menu items are streamlined to allow for fast service, easy choices and low prices, the release said. Salad and Go plans to open at least four more locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area this year. www.saladandgo.com/dallas 2 Latitude Luxury Living began leasing in late March at 601 Patton Blvd., Plano. The luxury apartment development, located just south of West Plano Park- way between Custer and Alma roads, offers a variety of floorplans. Resident amenities include four courtyards, an outdoor kitchen, resort-style pool with tanning ledge, a two-story fitness center with a rock-climbing station and a dog wash area and pet spa. 972-560-9744. https://latitudeplano.com
3 Automobile service business Grease Monkey opened in early March at 3201 W. Parker Road, Plano. In addition to oil changes, Grease Monkey offers main- tenance services for air conditioning, brakes, tires and more. 972-867-2241. www.greasemonkeyauto.com 4 Deluxe Market and Grill opened in late April at 3291 Independence Park- way, Plano. The store offers a variety of cheeses, coffee, meat products and con- fectionery items, as well as a number of dishes of Armenian and Russian cuisine. 469-863-7050. www.facebook.com/ DeluxeMarketGrill COMING SOON 5 A Crumbl Cookies location is coming soon to south Plano. The shop will be located at 6100 W. Park Blvd., Ste. 150, and is set to open later this year. Crumbl Cookies offers a weekly rotating menu of fresh-baked cookies, such as Strawber- ry Poptart, Cosmic Brownie, Cinnamon Swirl and Muddy Buddy. Mainstays such as Chilled Sugar and Chocolate Chip are always available. Cookies, half pints of ice cream and other menu items are available for curbside pickup or home delivery, and cookies can be shipped
to locations outside of delivery areas. www.crumblcookies.com 6 Urban Seafood Company is expect- ed to open in Plano in mid-June at 1104 14th St., Plano. The restaurant—the creation of chef Salvatore Gisellu and Bonnie and Nathan Shea, creators of Urban Rio and Urban Crust—is set to include menu options from its fresh oyster bar as well as clams, lobster bakes, house-made pastas, lobster rolls and chowders. A large indoor and outdoor patio will be available for live music, and a fresh fish market is also in the plans. A phone number is not yet available. www.facebook.com/urbanseafoodco 7 Capital Title of Texas plans to open a new location at 5809 Preston Road, Ste. E580, Plano. The company has five other locations throughout the Plano area. It offers a variety of residential and commercial title services. The new office will be in the former location of kitchen supply store Sur La Table in the Lakeside Market development. No opening date has been announced, but a sign on the building says “coming soon.” A phone number for this location is not yet avail- able. www.ctot.com
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