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NOWOPEN 1 Makers Gym o ! cially opened March 15 at 7511 Main St., Ste. 200, Frisco. The business is located at The Patios at The Rail and o " ers coworking spaces and amenities as well as studios for # lm, pho- tography, music, podcasting and editing. A grand opening event was held April 20. 972-532-0714. www.makersgym.com 2 The Gyro Shop held a grand opening April 11 to celebrate its second Dal- las-Fort Worth-area location. The eatery, which is located at 8549 Gaylord Park- way, Ste. 111, Frisco, o " ers street-style halal and Mediterranean dishes such as gyros, falafel, sandwiches and platters. 469-278-2159. www.facebook.com/thegyroshoptx 3 Studio 711 Hair Spa relocated from Charleston, South Carolina, to Frisco, owner and Frisco resident Faye Allen said. The salon opened at 2930 Preston Road, Ste. 300, Ste. 146, on April 21. Studio 711 Hair Spa is a Black-owned salon suite that provides personalized hair consulta- tions with a focus on hair repair and hair growth. 469-912-0595. www.facebook.com/studio711hairspa COMING SOON 4 Endur3Bikes , a new local bike shop for cyclists and triathletes, is set to open in downtown Frisco, or The Rail District, this May. The shop will o " er adult and kids bikes, equipment and apparel. The shop can also perform repairs and build bikes. The store will be located at 6699 Main St., Frisco. 469-388-1190. www.endur3bikes.com 5 Nationwide franchise The Learning
Experience is opening an independently owned location in Frisco this summer. The early education school will open at the northwest corner of Hickory Street and Preston Road, a spokesperson for The Learning Experience said. The location will be a brand-new, 10,000-square- foot commercial real estate building with up to 5,000 square feet allocated to an outdoor playground. The center will employ about 30 sta " members and certi # ed teachers to serve local children 6 weeks to 6 years old. Services o " ered include child care, enrichment programs 6 After closing for a few months and brie $ y operating as a food truck, The Heritage Table reopened its restaurant April 17. The Heritage Table is located at 7110 Main St., Frisco, and has menu items that include deviled eggs, mushroom soup, chicken pot pie, burgers, # sh and pork chops. Desserts such as strawber- ry-apricot fried pie and cinnamon bun bread pudding are also served. For the # rst few weeks of operation the restau- rant will have limited reservations, which can be made at www.opentable.com. 469-664-0100. www.theheritagetable.com RELOCATIONS 7 iSaveLives CPR relocated in January from 6500 Preston Road, Frisco, to 4633 Coit Road, Ste. 320A, Frisco, in Centennial Plaza. The business o " ers life-saving skills and certi # cations for people seek- ing to learn CPR or # rst aid. iSaveLives CPR also o " ers advanced certi # cations, and early childhood education. www.thelearningexperience.com REOPENINGS
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