Richardson October 2020

IMPACTS

Businesses that have recently opened or are coming soon, relocating or expanding

PLANO PKWY.

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PGBT TOLL

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BRECKINRIDGE BLVD.

RICHARDSON

TELECOM PKWY.

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Hot Crab

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COURTESY HOT CRAB

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BELT LINE RD.

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S. TEXAS ST.

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SPRING VALLEY RD.

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BUCKINGHAM RD.

Cottonwood Market

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COMING SOON 3 Forno Pizzeria is expected to start serving food in mid-November at 888 S. Greenville Ave., Ste. 222, Richardson, according to the owner. The restaurant will use a brick oven to make the pizzas, which will have unique topping combina- tions, such as a Mediterranean-inspired option. The restaurant does not yet have a phone number or website. 4 The Learning Experience , a nation- al academy of early education, is on track to open this fall at 528 Centennial Blvd., Richardson. The 10,000-square- foot facility will include 10 classrooms with indoor and outdoor play areas for students ages six weeks to six years. www.thelearningexperience.com 5 Staycation Coffee is expected to open in November at 201 S. Texas St., Richardson. The business will offer a full coffee menu and a small selection of

NAME CHANGES 7 Richardson Mercantile changed its name to Cottonwood Market in late August. The store, which is located at 101 S. Coit Road, Ste. 50, Richardson, also changed ownership, according to a spokesperson for the business. Cotton- wood Market houses dozens of different vendors who showcase and sell a variety of items, from gifts and home decor to clothing and furniture. 972-479-9990. www.cottonwoodmarket.com CLOSINGS 8 Wok & Grill closed its doors Sept. 9 at 1891 N. Plano Road, Richardson, according to a Facebook post. Its menu included fried rice, stir-fry and orange chicken. www.wokngrilltx.site

curated toast options in a modern, open setting. A backyard event space will host activities, such as small concerts and community movie nights. The business has also partnered with Richardson-based Lizzie Bee’s Flower Shoppe to dedicate part of the back room to a do-it-yourself floral shop. www.staycationcafe.com RELOCATIONS 6 Centre for Dance is planning to move in December to a new, larger space at 2080 N. Collins Blvd., Richardson, according to the owner. The studio, currently located at 7517 Campbell Road, Ste. 400, Dallas, offers lessons for chil- dren as young as 18 months all the way up to professional adults. The new space will include large dance spaces with sprung floors and a break room for stu- dents. A movable wall will allow two stu- dios to become one to create a space for performances, according to the owner. 972-248-1112. www.centrefordance.com

NOWOPEN 1 Hot Crab opened Sept. 11 at 714 W. Spring Valley Road, Richardson. The restaurant serves Cajun dishes, Northeast-style seafood and New American food. 972-231-8989. https:// hotcrabrichardson.kwickmenu.com REOPENING 2 Asian Mint reopened its Richardson dining room Oct. 5. The restaurant has been doing takeout, curbside pickup and delivery since it closed in March. Asian Mint offers new Bangkok-style cuisine made with fresh ingredients. It is located at 300 W. Campbell Road, Ste. 140, Richardson. 469-677-0767. https://asianmint.com COMPILED BY OLIVIA LUECKEMEYER & MAKENZIE PLUSNICK

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