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5 A new wedding and event venue, A Thousand Oaks Events & Retreats , held a grand opening Oct. 22 at 17011 Steinhagen Road, Cypress. The family-owned property highlights the outdoors with gardens, private orchards, large oak trees and a waterfall view. The outdoor portion of the venue accom- modates 400 guests, and a ballroom has the capacity for 250. 346-313-2234. www.thousandoakscypress.com 6 Officials with Millennium Physicians announced the opening of a new office offering medical oncology and hematology, rheumatology and infusion services. The new location opened Oct. 5 at 27700 Hwy. 290, Ste. 580, Cypress. Providers at this site include Drs. David B. Hodges, Urmeel Patel, Charles L. Yen and Mohammad Ursani. 832-791-5530 (medical oncol- ogy and hematology appointments), 346-345-2100 (rheumatology appoint- ments). www.millenniumphysicians.com 7 Two new locations of Caliber Auto Care opened in the Cypress area Oct. 12, company officials announced. The busi- ness, formerly known as Service First Automotive, offers a wide variety of repair services as well as maintenance, oil changes and state inspections. Along with the name change, the company also introduced tire sales as a new service. The two new locations can be found at A 8700 Fry Road, Cypress, near the
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NOWOPEN 1 Crafty Crab opened Sept. 28 at 17460 Hwy. 290, Houston, near the Jones Road intersection. The eatery specializes in Cajun-style broiled seafood, including crab legs, lobster tail, shrimp, crawfish, clams and mussels. Fried sea- food is also available, along with oysters, scallops and gumbo. 832-856-5656. www.craftycrabrestaurant.com 2 Little Kitchen HTX opened their brick-and-mortar restaurant Sept. 1 at 16000 Dillard Drive, Ste. A, Jersey Vil- lage. The eatery offers breakfast, lunch,
dinner, weekend brunch, a full coffee bar and cocktails. Menu items include local- ly-sourced dishes, burgers, tacos, soups, salads and specialty entree items such as chicken fried steak, Parmesan chicken and grilled salmon. The owners also opened the Tiny Ballroom next door, which can host events for up to 40 guests. Catering services, family meals and grab-and-go options are also available. 832-295-3020. www.littlekitchenhtx.com 3 A new 11,000-square-foot bingo hall, Bingo Mojo , opened Sept. 23 at 17249 FM 529, Houston. The facility is currently offering day bingo each week from Wednesday through Saturday. Bingo
is played on electronic bingo comput- ers, and both smoking and nonsmoking rooms are available. All proceeds from bingo games go directly to charity, including Veterans of Foreign Wars 9187, VFW 5619 and City Wide Club of Clubs Christian Mission Auxiliary, officials said. 281-855-9612. www.bingomojotx.com 4 Beauty Barber opened in Au- gust at 11901 Barker Cypress Road, Ste. 4, Cypress. Services span across a wide variety of barber or beauty services, including haircuts, fades, shaving and coloring. 832-830-5751. www.facebook.com/beautybarbercypress
West Road intersection, and B 9425 Barker Cypress Road,
Cypress. 832-334-5980 (Fry Road loca- tion), 346-332-0388 (Barker Cypress Road location). www.caliberautocare.com
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