IHOP coming to northwest Frisco this summer
IHOP is expected to open early this summer at the intersection of FM 423 and US 380. (Courtesy IHOP)
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By Francesca D' Annunzio | | Updated
Customers will not have to pay the standard 8.25% sales tax on select clothing, footwear, school supplies and backpacks under $100.
The Frisco steakhouse and sushi bar does not have an expected reopening date.
Massage enhancements will include herbal heat therapy, calming balms and deep tissue treatment.
Plans call for 214 urban living units, a hotel, and office and restaurant space.
The 24-hour studio offers hot yoga, Pilates and high-intensity workouts.
The teams will focus on reaching homebound individuals, long-term care facilities, businesses requesting vaccination for employees and other organizations.
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Accessories include satchels, hats in different styles and several kinds of clutch bags.
The K-12 math center in Frisco serves students who need extra help or those who seek advanced practice.
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