Cy-Fair Edition | October 2020

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through third grade and sixth and seventh grades with plans to add another grade level each following year until becoming a full-scale K-12 campus. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the campus is cur- rently offering both in-person and remote learning opportunities. 832-844-4200. www.ideapublicschools.org/ our-schools/idea-spears 5 Holly Mendoza opened Esthetix Skin Care at 118 Vintage Park Blvd., Ste. 12, Houston, in August. Mendoza said she is a licensed esthetician who has practiced in the Cypress area since 2013. The new business specializes in facial treatments for men, women and teenagers. Services include consultations, skin analysis, cleanses, exfoliations, specialty masks, extractions, Celluma LED light therapy, collagen stimulation, deep hydration and customized skin care treatment plans. Esthetix also offers lash lifts, lash and brow tints, and facial waxing services. 281-650-6556. www.esthetixskincare.com 6 Officials with Frost announced the Blackhorse Financial Center opened Sept. 14 at 13201 Fry Road, Cypress. The lobby is currently open by appointment only, but the site’s ATM operates from 6 a.m.-midnight daily. Frost offers financial services for consumers and businesses and operates 51 financial centers in the Greater Houston area with plans to open six additional locations in the coming months, officials said. 713-388-7222. www.frostbank.com 7 Chiba Hot Pot celebrated a grand opening Sept. 17 at 12426 FM 1960, Houston. The all-you-can-eat Chinese restaurant offers customizable hot pots with vegetables, seafood, noodles, rice and specialty ingredients such as oysters, lamb, pork belly and quail eggs. Pricing is per person at $14.99 for lunch and $23.99 for dinner. 281-653-9883 8 Pizza Guerrin opened this summer at 21350 FM 529, Ste. 100, Cypress, where Sbarro was formerly located. The pizza shop offers full pizzas, slices, stromboli, wings, pasta and desserts. Delivery is avail- able through apps, including Uber Eats, Grubhub and DoorDash. 281-815-7833. www.pizzaguerrin.com 9 Smart Living at Cypress Creek opened in late August at 12850 Perry

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NOWOPEN 1 A new location of Burlington opened Sept. 21 in the Fairfield Town Center at 28930 Hwy. 290, Cypress. The business offers designer and name-brand merchandise, including home decor items, coats, clothing, and shoes for men, women and children. A Baby Depot department offers baby merchandise, including baby bottles and cribs. www.burlington.com 2 Local educator and business owner Danai Strother held a grand opening for Division One Nutrition on Sept. 19-20 at 17960 FM 529, Ste. B, Houston. Strother

previously partnered with a local gym to offer low-calorie smoothies, energy teas and iced protein coffee, and this is the first brick-and-mortar storefront for the nutrition business. In addition to nutrition drinks, Division One offers a free weekly fitness camp. Strother said she will also provide resources for SAT and ACT exams, college admissions and financial aid. 281-256-5319. www.facebook.com/donenutrition 3 In-N-Out Burger opened its newest Greater Houston-area location at 7611 FM 1960 W., Houston, on Sept. 4. First announced in April 2019, the long-anticipated Willowbrook restaurant

serves the brand’s signature hamburgers, shakes and french fries, which are also available “animal style.” According to a Sept. 3 news release, the new location in- cludes indoor seating for up to 74 guests, a covered patio with outdoor seating for up to 42 guests and one drive-thru lane. 800-786-1000. www.in-n-out.com 4 IDEA Public Schools opened its newest North Houston campus for the 2020-21 school year Aug. 13. Located at 2010 Spears Road, Houston, construction on the new charter school began in No- vember. The new charter school opened in August with 450 students in kindergarten

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