Sugar Land - Missouri City Edition | October 2022




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Q’s Deli opened Sept. 5 in Missouri City, oering a variety of halal sandwiches.




11 Korean-style eatery Two Hands Corn Dogs has slated its upcoming Sugar Land opening for the last week of October. The concept, opening at 3540 Hwy. 6, Sugar Land, will be located in The Shops at Williams Trace shopping mall. The eatery will oer Korean-style street corn dogs, such as a potato dog, a corn dog wrapped with potato cubes and slathered with the Two Hands Dirty Sauce, and the American classic dog with mustard and ketchup. Two Hands has locations across the U.S., including locations in California, Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Georgia, Virginia and New York. 12 Utah-based cookie maker Crumbl Cookies has led a permit for a renovation project at a future bakery location in Sugar Land, according to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. Crumbl Cook- ies will open at 2735 Town Center Blvd. N. Ste. E in early 2023 after a renovation project scheduled to span Oct. 24-Jan. 20. The brand oers a rotating menu, specialty cookies and ice cream avors. NEW OWNERSHIP 13 Society Cycle Works , a Sugar Land bike shop at 13425 University Blvd., Ste. 100, went under new ownership Sept. 15, store ocials told Community Impact. The store was bought out by Trek Bicycle Corp., a bicycle and cycling product manufacturer and distributor under brand names Trek, Electra Bicycle Co., Bontrager and Diamant Bikes. The store oers mountain, road, city and electric bikes as well as parts, acces- sories, apparel and repair services. 346-291-1214.

will open to the public Oct. 7. Located at 2180 Lone Star Drive in Sugar Land Town Square, the venue will bring a mixed-reali- ty quest in which guests are given a special lantern and charged with bringing light to darkness by unraveling stories and solving puzzles. The concept is designed for adults and children. Department of Wonder pushed back the original opening date, which had been scheduled for April 24. 9 Premier Martial Arts will open a new studio in late November at 2440 Settlers Way Blvd., Sugar Land. Premier Martial Arts will bring blended classes that oer students age 3 and older lessons in karate, krav maga, kickboxing and taekwondo, franchise owner Paula Gomes said. Gomes said she will work on instilling a new virtue into students every month and work with local schools to provide after-school pro- gramming. The Sugar Land studio will be the franchise owner’s second location. The rst is located at 8019 W. Grand Parkway S., Ste. 1070, Richmond. 832-777-3506. 10 A new Popshelf location is on the horizon in Sugar Land, according to a permit found in the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation’s database. The retail store, a concept by Dollar General that debuted in Tennessee in 2020, will open in Sugar Land at 2428 Hwy. 6 in early 2023. The concept oers on-trend seasonal and home decor, health and beauty products, home cleaning supplies and party goods, according to the Pop- shelf website. The new location is part of a greater expansion eort by Popshelf, which announced in late 2021 it was looking to open 1,000 stores by the end of 2025.

FEATURED IMPACT NOW OPEN A new deli oering halal-focused cold- cut sandwiches and burgers opened in Sugar Land. Q’s Deli , 13134 Dairy Ashford Road, Sugar Land, held a soft opening on Labor Day, Sept. 5, bringing a variety of deli sandwiches, such as paninis, the Reuben and a classic club as well as other items, including cheeseburgers and chicken and brisket sandwiches. However, Q’s Deli ensures every menu item is halal, which means it adheres to Islamic law, despite the wide range of options, owner Ali Qureshi said. “There is zero pork in this store,” Qureshi said. “Every meat that you see is completely halal. The meat isn’t dierent in any way, but we’re the rst ones to have all of these cold cuts in completely halal form.” Qureshi opened Q’s Deli after growing up in delis; he celebrated his rst birthday at his father’s franchise location of the sandwich franchise Blimpies.

In 2012, Qureshi became a franchise owner of Murphy’s Deli in Dallas. Later, he owned a few in the Houston area. Still, the idea of opening a halal-focused deli never went away, he said. For Muslims looking for American cuisine, to stay halal they must settle for a cheeseburger, a Philly cheesesteak or a hot chicken sandwich, Qureshi said. “I think we’ll bring something that they have never seen before,” he said. In addition, as a Houston Rockets fan, the interior of Q’s Deli is adorned with basketball shoes and Rockets memorabilia on display. He also encouraged all guests, not just Muslims, to stop by and enjoy a sandwich. 281-302-6894.





SCHOOL NOTES 14 Harmony Public Schools , a

Aug. 29, built to serve 900 students in ninth to 12th grades in Fort Bend County. The Sugar Land school was granted an A rating by the Texas Education Agency across seven areas: English language arts and reading, mathematics, science, social studies, comparative academic growth, postsecondary readiness and compar- ative Closing the Gaps. 281-302-6445.

Texas-based pre-K-12 college prepara- tory charter school system, opened a new building for one of its schools at 13738 Old Richmond Road, Sugar Land. The school, Harmony School of Innova- tion—Sugar Land, opened the new building


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