Water Park reopens in Frisco, Holy Grail Pub serving customers in Plano: News from DFW

The Outdoor Water Park at the Frisco Athletic Center will reopen to the public July 27. (Courtesy Visit Frisco)
The Outdoor Water Park at the Frisco Athletic Center will reopen to the public July 27. (Courtesy Visit Frisco)

The Outdoor Water Park at the Frisco Athletic Center will reopen to the public July 27. (Courtesy Visit Frisco)

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Frisco

Outdoor Water Park to reopen at Frisco Athletic Center

Frisco plans to reopen the Outdoor Water Park at the Frisco Athletic Center on July 27 with limited hours and operations.

The water park’s two play structures, the Squirt Station and The Fort, will be open to attendees, but all slides and the lazy river will remain closed.



Lewisville-Flower Mound-Highland Village

Lambeau’s America Kitchen and Taps celebrates one year of business


Lambeau’s America Kitchen and Taps opened last June at 4131 Deer Creek, Ste. 110, Highland Village. The restaurant showcases famous foods from states and cities with NFL teams, including Tennessee fried chicken, Arizona beef chimichangas and Kansas City pork ribs as well as Dallas chicken-fried steak.

Plano

Following state guidelines, Holy Grail Pub reopens in Plano with greater emphasis on food sales

Holy Grail Pub reopened July 22 with a plan to center more of its business around its food for the time being. The Plano pub—located at 8240 Preston Road, Ste. 150—had fallen under a business category that required it to close under the governor’s order shuttering bars across the state. In a statement, Holy Grail said it would have to shelve some of its premium alcohol products to maintain the required food-to-alcohol sales ratio under Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission guidelines.

Grapevine-Colleyville-Southlake

Longtime Grapevine jewelry store owner reacts to GrapeFest cancellation


Bermuda Gold & Silver has been a staple of the Main Street scene in Grapevine over the decades.

So when the city announced that the annual GrapeFest festival would be canceled, owner Debi Meek knew that it would come as tough news to small mom-and-pop shops like hers.

Richardson

Zero Degrees shutters in Richardson

Zero Degrees closed its door for the last time June 30 in the Richardson Heights Village Shopping Center, 100 S. Central Expressway, Ste. 52, Richardson. The Asian-Hispanic fusion business served drinks and snacks, such as Mangonada—a mango slushie made with fruit chunks and topped with chamoy and Tajin seasoning—and popcorn chicken with fries.

Daniel Houston, William C. Wadsack, Gavin Pugh, Liesbeth Powers and Makenzie Plusnick contributed to this report.



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