Cy-Fair Edition | October 2020

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Ocials with the Houston-based Star Cinema Grill opened the theater chain’s rst drive-in location Sept. 3 at 8920 Fry Road, Cypress.

Road, Houston. The apartment complex offers one-, two- and three-bedroom units with energy-efficient appliances and community amenities such as green spac- es, an outdoor grill area, a fitness center and a resident lounge. 281-731-9199. www.smartlivingatcypress.com 10 A grand opening was held Sept. 25 for a new Towne Lake-area location of Your Best Body Today at 9955 Barker Cypress Road, Ste. 200, Cypress, within the Salon Reserve. The office specializes in noninva- sive body sculpting procedures designed to tighten skin, reduce wrinkles and reduce cellulite, among others. 832-781-0405. www.yourbestbodytoday.com 11 The Oaks Veterinary Clinic celebrat- ed a grand opening Sept. 18 at 16615 Mueschke Road, Cypress, and offers walk-in visits as well as appoint- ments. The clinic is located on the same site as The Oaks Dog Ranch—a dog board- ing, training and day care facility—and is open Monday-Friday from 7 a.m.-6 p.m. 832-539-8160. www.theoaksveterinaryclinic.com COMING SOON 12 The Comic Vault owners plan to open a second location in October in the Copperfield area at 15210 West Road, Houston, the former location of 8th Dimension Comics & Games. Matthew and Marisol Crowell opened the original location on Fry Road in May 2017, offering comic books, cards, games, collectibles and toys. The new location will offer the same products as the existing space with more gaming items and a gaming space,

Matthew said. 832-220-6509. www.thecomicvault.com

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13 A new location of Tiff’s Treats will open in November at 13126 FM 1960, Ste. 145, Houston. The shop specializes in fresh-baked cookies, brownies and frozen treats. The menu touts classic cookie flavors such as chocolate chip, snicker- doodle, oatmeal raisin and peanut butter. Baked goods are packaged and delivered warm upon request, and party packs are 14 Tomball residents Tamara and Jon Hamilton will open Just Love Coffee Cafe at 13727 Sunset Canyon Drive, Ste. 400, Tomball, in October. The neighborhood cafe will offer hand-roasted coffees and a full menu, including breakfast, lunch and dinner items. Many of the cafe’s menu items are “waffleized,” meaning dishes are cooked in a waffle iron. The cafe will also feature a drive-thru, complimentary Wi-Fi, a 16-person meeting room for rent, a small children’s play area, and a retail area with bagged coffees and K-cups for sale. www.justlovecoffeecafe.com 15 Juanita’s Mexican Kitchen is open- ing a new location soon at 29110 Hwy. 290, Ste. 500, Cypress. The eatery also has a location on Louetta Road in Cy-Fair and offers enchiladas, fajitas, seafood and other Tex-Mex cuisine with homemade tortillas. 281-251-0206. www.juanitas.us 16 Officials with Nekter Juice Bar said they hope to open their new location at the Boardwalk at Towne Lake, 9915 Barker Cypress Road, Ste. 165, available for large groups. www.cookiedelivery.com

FEATURED IMPACT EXPANSION Ocials with the Houston-based Star Cinema Gril l opened the theater chain’s rst-ever drive-in location Sept. 3 at 8920 Fry Road, Cypress. Films will be shown on the drive-in screen at 8:15 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays. Another screening will take place on Fridays and Saturdays at 10:30 p.m. Films will be a mix of new releases and old-school classics. Screenings over the rst weekend included “Bill & Ted Face the Music,” “Trolls World Tour” and “Jurassic Park.” “Being able to put together a drive-in theater and show new release movies is really exciting,” said Jason Ostrow, Star Cinema Grill’s vice president, in a statement. “We have heard the demand from our guests and responded, as we always do.” Cypress, in late October or early November. The business offers fresh juices, smoothies, acai bowls, cleanses and catering. www.nekterjuicebar.com CLOSINGS 17 After running Cy-Fair Lawnmower at 11907 Windfern Road in Houston for

Guests who attend drive-in screenings can purchase menu items from their vehicles, including concessions, beer, liquor and wine. Star Cinema Grill is partnering with Karbach Brewing Co. and Silver Eagle Distributors to provide drink specials, according to the release. Guests are allowed to leave their vehicles but are required to practice social distancing between other guests. Admission is $19.95 per vehicle, and tickets must be purchased online or through the mobile app. Gates open 30 minutes prior to the showtime. 832-497-5140. www.starcinemagrill.net/drive-in

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42 years, owner Louis Niklas said he plans to close the business and retire from the world of lawn care. The last day of opera- tion for the shop, which sells lawnmowers, lawn care equipment and parts, will be Oct. 31. Niklas said he wanted to thank the community for its patronage over the years. 281-955-5575. www.cyfairlawnmower.com

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