Businesses that have recently opened or are coming soon, relocating or expanding
the next several months. The eatery, which has been closed for over a year after a vehicle struck its building at 213 E. Main St., will reopen not far away at a former drive-thru bank at 401 E. Main St. League City officials said work will be underway this spring and that the restau- rant may open this year. www.facebook.com/laindiabonitalc 8 Gulf Greyhound Park , a former dog racing track that closed in June 2020, is being repurposed. Developer Read King is demolishing the facility at 1000 FM 2004, La Marque, and replacing it with a mixed-use development that will include retail stores, restaurants, entertainment venues, restaurants and an office build- ing. 713-782-9000. www.read-king.com 9 Grand Living at Tuscan Lakes is under construction at 1850 E. League City Parkway, League City. The four-story, 211,000-square-foot building will have over 180 units for senior citizens along with several amenities, including a library, a theater, a fitness center, a spa, a chapel and outdoor spaces. Completion is expected in spring 2023. 346-646-7850. www.grandliving.com 10 Crafty Crab is on its way to League City at 112 N. Gulf Freeway. An open- ing window has not been determined, but the restaurant is pending its final building inspection with the city. The seafood restaurant, which has Hous- ton and Pearland locations, serves catfish, shrimp, oysters, lobster and crab in a variety of styles. Crafty Crab also has locations in Florida, Mary- land and other states. 832-856-1111. www.craftycrabrestaurant.com 11 The Busbys, the League City family behind the TLC show “Outdaughtered,” plan to open a boutique at 3020 Marina Bay Drive, League City. A timeline for the opening has not been determined. Called Graeson Bee Boutique , the business will sell clothes mainly for children. The boutique exists as an online shop and is named for the son the parents, who have five daughters, never had.
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NOWOPEN 1 Pomodoro’s Cucina Italiana opened March 15 at 1001 Pineloch Drive, Hous- ton, with a full bar, a lounge and outdoor seating. Pomodoro’s offers Italian food, including pizza, pasta, chicken and beef entrees and fish. The family-owned and -operated restaurant has been in the Bay Area for more than 10 years with another location at 2700 Marina Bay Drive, League City. 281-954-6278. 935 Lawrence Road, Kemah, on April 9. Owner Shelly Stenger said the business is twofold: a vintage boutique that offers cowhide, clothing, leather handbags and jewelry and a warehouse that sells upscale furniture and home decor. The shop also sells unique artisan-made items. 281-549-4712. www.therusticchair.com www.pomodorosonline.com 2 The Rustic Chair opened at
3 Tako N’ Tequila opened in mid-March at 220 S. Gulf Freeway, League City. The business serves a variety of tacos—called “takos” at the restaurant—along with fajitas, enchiladas, breakfast meals, des- serts and cocktails. The restaurant offers private dining and a drive-thru window. 832-905-5914. www.takontequila.com 4 Warby Parker opened a new location at 700 Baybrook Mall Drive, Ste. B111, Friendswood, on March 26. Warby Parker, an online retailer with about 160 loca- tions in North America, provides vision care such as eye exams and sells various eyewear, including glasses and contacts. 888-492-7297. www.warbyparker.com 5 Bounce N Play opened in March in the Miramar Shopping Center at 2000 Bayport Blvd., Seabrook. The children’s indoor playground allows for open play and hosts birthday parties for babies, toddlers and elementary-age kids. Children can play in pits filled
with rubber balls and foam cubes, and bounce on trampolines. 346-633-8320. www.bouncenplaytx.com 6 Fuji Sushi Asian Cuisine opened a Kemah location in March. Located at 212 FM 518, the sushi restaurant serves teriyaki, tempura, fried rice, sushi rolls and sashimi. It also has a restaurant in La Porte. 281-549-4006. www.fuji- sushi-asian-cuisine.business.site A new OxiFresh started servicing the League City area in March. The carpet cleaning business is mobile and is owned by Eric and Tasha Syrdahl. It serves 11 ZIP codes, including 77565 and 77573, which include League City, Clear Lake Shores and Kemah. 281-407-7444. www.oxifresh.com/locations/tx/ league-city-carpet-cleaning COMING SOON 7 Popular burrito restaurant La India Bonita will return to League City within
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