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Clutch City Cluckers food truck opened its ninth Greater Houston-area location in Cypress.
9 Samir and Putul Banerjie hosted a grand opening event for the new location of Office Evolution on May 3 at 14150 Huffmeister Road, Cypress. The couple said they wanted to bring a flexi- ble workspace option to their community to help support local businesses. Office Evolution offers private offices, rentable conference rooms, open co-working spaces, free snacks and coffee, mail services, an on-site receptionist, printer access, internet access, and other office needs. 346-588-9814. www.officeevolution.com 10 Pet Unique Grooming , a new pet grooming business, opened in the Cop- perfield area on April 3 at 15703 Longen- baugh Drive, Unit J, Houston. The spe- cialty grooming business offers a curated selection of quality pet services with four levels of grooming ranging from express bathing to full VIP grooming. 281-656-8493. www.petuniquegrooming.com 11 Arcpoint Labs opened March 6 at 12312 Barker Cypress Road, Ste. 1200, Cypress, the second location in the Hous- ton area for franchise owner Kathleen Buckland. The lab performs DNA testing, thyroid panels and STD testing, and helps employers manage pre-employment, department of transportation, and drug and alcohol/background screenings. 832-632-3157. www.arcpointlabs.com/cypress 12 Come See Me On The Mat , a Brazil- ian jiujitsu training facility, is now open at 12430 Grant Road, Ste. D, Cypress. Classes are offered for both children and adults in Brazilian jiujitsu and condition- ing as well as summer camp programs. Courses emphasize discipline, loyalty,
and mental and physical health through self-defense training. 832-288-6995. www.comeseemeonthemat.net 13 Tavo’s Mexican Grill , a family owned and operated restaurant, opened in late May at 7626 Fry Road, Ste. 100, Cypress. Tavo’s was founded by Efrain Hernan- dez, his sister Lorena Hernandez and chef Guillermo Alvarez, and named for Hernandez’s late older brother Gustavo, whose nickname was Tavo. With over half a century of combined experience, the trio shares a passion for Mexican and Tex-Mex dishes and family culture in the 14 A disc golf course is in the works for Graceview Baptist Church at 21206 Telge Road, Tomball. A groundbreaking was held May 20 for the Eric Paddy Memo- rial Disc Golf Course , which is expected to open to the public in October with a walking trail around the course. www.graceview.org 15 Sake Sushi N’ Ramen will be opening a new location in Willowbrook Mall, mall management confirmed in mid-April. The restaurant is located in the mall’s food court and is expected to open this fall. Willowbrook Mall is located at 2000 Willowbrook Mall, Houston. www.shopwillowbrookmall.com workplace. 281-861-4310. www.tavosmexicangrill.com COMING SOON 16 Pincho , a Miami-based burger and kebab concept, is bringing its Latin-in- spired take on American classics to Texas at 8828 Barker Cypress Road, Ste. 80, Cy- press, on June 23. Pincho offers burgers, kebabs, fried cheese, chicken sandwiches,
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FEATURED IMPACT NOW OPEN Clutch City Cluckers , a Houston-based hot chicken food truck, opened its ninth truck location in the Houston area at 25950 Hwy. 290, Cypress, with a grand opening celebration the weekend of May 27-29. The truck serves hot chicken sandwiches, chicken tenders, loaded fries and cauliower tenders along with new menu items including shrimp tacos. Clutch City Cluckers was founded by Ahmad Kilani, a native of Irbid, Jordan, who immigrated to the U.S. in 2015 to continue his education. While attending school, Kilani also worked at Abu Omar Halal, Houston’s rst halal food truck, inspiring him to build a career in the hot dogs and bowls. To celebrate the grand opening June 23, the restaurant will offer free Pincho burgers to the first 100 people in line. This will be the first of six locations coming to the Houston area, and the restaurant will partner with Houston bakery Bread Man Baking Co. to provide the burger buns for the Texas locations. www.pincho.com RELOCATIONS 17 In early April, La Savonnerie Divine reopened in Willowbrook Mall after moving locations, according to mall management. The boutique sells soap flowers, decorative soaps, body washes, bath bombs and skin care products. La
food industry. The food truck was part of Kilani’s mission to give back to Houston, the city that gave his food industry career a launching pad. www.clutchcitycluckers.com
Savonnerie Divine is located in Space 1202 after moving from Space 1226. Willowbrook Mall is located at 2000 Wil- lowbrook Mall, Houston. 315-979-9133. www.lasavonneriedivine.com CLOSINGS 18 Andy Andress announced on Facebook that Whatever Sports Bar was closed effective May 7. The local sports bar had been open since 2009 at 11902 Jones Road, Houston. Andress thanked his staff, patrons and support- ers of the sports bar, but said he has no future plans to open any new bars in the future. 281-807-9229. www.facebook.com/whateversportsbar
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