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ing store filed for bankruptcy in mid-2019 and closed all of its locations—including a store at 6915 FM 1960, Houston—the company announced comeback plans later that year to open 15 new stores, including a location inside Willowbrook Mall. The store is known for its color-coordinated in- store setup of clothes, shoes, jewelry and other accessories. 281-890-8001. www.charmingcharlie.com 6 A new, upscale hair salon, Lonesome Blonde , opened Feb. 9 at 15626 Cypress Rosehill Road, Ste. 100, Cypress, near the Huffmeister Road intersection. Profession- al stylist and salon owner Maegan Willman said the business takes a holistic approach to professional hair services and seeks to provide a welcoming environment. Services include haircuts, coloring, styling and customizable treatments. 832-356-3394. www.lonesomeblonde.com 7 Pediatric Smiles of Cypress opened in late March at 17823 Longenbaugh Road, Ste. A, Cypress, near the Barker Cypress Road intersection. Run by Dr. Jessica Mar- shall, the practice offers a variety of treat- ments for children, including cleanings, fillings and white crowns. Marshall said she offers an interactive and gentle expe- rience, and children can also watch movies during treatments. 832-684-0024. www.pediatricsmilesofcypress.com 8 The Chef’s Bag opened in early 2021 at 7510 Cherry Park Drive, Ste. G, Hous- ton, offering products from local chefs. Vendors sell specialty foods, baked goods and other items. 832-427-6189. www.chefsunitedhtx.com 9 Katie Benson opened True Form Gym on March 22 at 8737 Hwy. 6, Hous- ton. The fitness center offers personal
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NOWOPEN 1 Officials with Mex Taco House held a grand opening for the eatery’s second location March 28 at 25410 Hwy. 290, Ste. B-1, Cypress. Menu items include ta- cos, tortas, gorditas, tostadas and que- sadillas, and dishes feature handmade flour and corn tortillas. The new location has extended hours, more seating capac- ity and a drive-thru. 281-373-3737. www.mextacohouse.com 2 After facing delays prompted by Winter Storm Uri, Mudslinger’s , a local drive-thru coffee spot, held a grand open- ing April 30 at 14123 Grant Road, Cypress,
near the Spring Cypress Road intersection. The shop serves specialty coffee, tea, infused energy drinks and breakfast/pas- try items. Customers can also purchase specialty coffee blends to take home with them. www.mudslingershtown.com 3 The One Crawfish & Seafood held a grand opening March 20 at 10511 Jones Road, Ste. G, Houston. Crawfish, crab, shrimp, fried seafood, chicken wings, fried rice, and sides of corn, potatoes and sausage are on the menu. Diners can customize their meals with different flavors and spice levels. 832-756-2104. www.facebook.com/ theonecrawfishseafood
4 A drive-thru daiquiri shop called Daiquiritas opened in March at A 9717 Jones Road, Ste. 400, Hous- ton, near the Steeple Way Boulevard intersection, and a second location is set to open soon at B 7025 Fry Road, Ste. 600, Cypress, near the FM 529 inter- section. Frozen cocktails on the menu include pina coladas, hurricanes and margaritas featuring mango, watermel- on, peach, strawberry and other flavors. www.daiquiritas.net 5 Charming Charlie opened inside Wil- lowbrook Mall near Dillard’s at 2000 Willowbrook Drive, Ste. 1112, Hous- ton, in late March. While the retail cloth-
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