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FEATURED IMPACT NOWOPEN H-E-B ocially opened a new store in Webster on Dec. 29. Located at 18611 Easteld Drive, the new location resides at the intersection of El Dorado Boulevard and Gatebrook Drive. Before opening the new location, the H-E-B located at 16811 El Camino Real in Houston ocially closed Dec. 28. The Texas-based grocery store chain oers a produce, deli and bakery section as well as a pharmacy and attached gas station at multiple locations. H-E-B also oers many of its own brand products, such as milk, bread and ready-made snacks for purchase. 281-488-1601. www.heb.com
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NOWOPEN 1 Goldsh Swim School opened a new facility in Webster on Jan. 18. Located at 20251 Gulf Freeway, Unit G, the swim school oers indoor swim classes and swim programs for children 4 months and older. It also has a competitive swim team for ages 5-12 available called Swim Force that allows them to swim 2 Fuji Ramen & Bar, a new Japanese restaurant, opened its doors Dec. 26 at 2451 Gulf Freeway, Ste. 100, League City. The menu includes dishes such as edamame, cheesy kimchi pancakes, California rolls, creamy chicken ramen, beef ramen and crab meat pus. It oers dine-in services as well as online ordering. 281-936-8888. www.fujiramenbar.com 3 Hope House nished all inspections on Jan. 1, and the nonprot is now taking applications for its residents. Hope House is a division of Anchor Point and aims to provide a safe and supportive space for young mothers. The organization will also host an open house on Jan. 29 from competitively. 281-509-9611. www.goldshswimschool.com
10 a.m.-4 p.m. For more information, visitors can contact or visit Anchor Point at 103 Davis Road, Ste. B, League City. 832-632-1221. www.hopecommunityhouston.org 4 Wela’s Kitchen opened a Baytown location Nov. 24 at 1619 Lee Drive. The Mexican restaurant serves items such as mini tacos, quesadillas, street tacos, birria tacos and quesabirria tacos. The restaurant oers customers the option to place a pickup order, have food delivered locally or sit down for dine-in service. 832-262-5949. www.welaskitchen.com COMING SOON 5 Anytime Fitness is expected to open its League City location at the end of January. The new gym will be located at 1062 FM 646, Ste. C, and oer 24-hour health and tness services. The business also oers tness consultations, team workouts and one-on-one training to help patrons achieve their tness goals. 409-795-1347. www.anytimetness.com 6 Reunion Court of Clear Lake delayed its opening to April for its location at
14101 Bay Pointe Court, Houston. The assisted living and memory care facility was set to open in summer 2021 after it delayed its 2020 opening. 281-218-6765. www.reunioncourtclearlake.com RELOCATIONS 7 Grazia Italian Kitchen Clear Lake is expected to relocate to a new location in the next few months. The restaurant was previously located at 1001 Pineloch Drive, Ste. 1100, Houston, and closed on May 25. The new restaurant will be located in Texas City. It does not have an exact address yet but will be located in Mainland City Centre, near I-45. The restaurant serves Italian dishes such as calamari, bruschetta, pizza, spaghetti, lasagna and ravioli. No phone number was available as of press time. www.graziaitalian.com 8 That Vinyl Store on Nov. 9 moved to its new location at 607 S. Friendswood Drive, Ste. 19, Friendswood. The arts and crafts store uses both heat transfer and adhesive vinyl and oers custom shirts, cups, decals, jewelry and gifts. The store moved from its previous location at 208 S. Friendswood Drive.
832-569-2655. www.facebook.com/thatvinylstore ANNIVERSARIES 9 Red River Bar-B-Que & Grill celebrated its 20-year anniversary on Jan. 4. The barbecue restaurant, located at 1911 E. Main St., Ste. B, League City, serves slow-smoked Texas barbecue, hush puppies, brisket cheese fries, fried pickle chips, burgers, barbecue sand- wiches and chicken fried steak. The eatery also has a location in Katy. 281-332-8086. www.redriverbbq.com
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