Here are 16 businesses that have opened or will open soon in south Frisco.

Now open

1. E lash Beauté

Services offered at E lash Beauté include eyebrow microblading, face and body waxing, eyelash and eyebrow tinting, lash coloring, and lash extensions.2. Evereve

The boutique sells women’s clothing and accessories, such as belts, bags, shoes and more. Evereve first opened in 2004 and now has over 100 stores, according to the company’s website.3. Millennia Wellness

The business offers health coaching, hormone replacement therapy and medical weight loss, co-owner Vicki Mathew said in an email.4. Natural Focus Dental

Specific services include pediatric dentistry, preventative care, dental cleaning, cosmetic treatments, regenerative dentistry and more, according to its website.5. Shipley Do-Nuts

The store sells iced, glazed, cake and jam-filled doughnuts, along with kolaches and cinnamon rolls.6. True Classic

The store sells men’s apparel, such as T-shirts, active wear, jeans and more. It stocks sizes up to 3XL. The store also sells accessories, including sunglasses, hats and belts. According to the website, the company first opened in 2018 and now has eight stores in five states.7. Tsibog

The restaurant serves popular Filipino dishes, such as chicken and pork barbecue skewers, grilled pork belly and ginataang hipon, which consists of shrimp cooked in coconut milk.Coming soon

8. Chubbies

The retail store sells men’s athletic, lounge and casual apparel, including shorts, pants, polos and button-up shirts. This will be the second North Texas Chubbies location, with the other being in Southlake.9. Legacy Salons & Day Spa

Once open, the spa will feature 48 suites, including three spa suites, and offer a variety of services, the representative said. The company’s other 11 Dallas-Fort Worth locations typically offer massages, facials, lash extensions, nail services, hair coloring and other services, according to its website.10. Mango

The store will see men’s and women’s apparel and accessories, including sweaters, jackets and coats, and more. Mango also sells clothing for teens and children. The store will be located in the space formerly occupied by Charlotte Russe, which is relocating within Stonebriar Centre.
  • Opening in late spring or summer
  • 2601 Preston Road, Ste. 1086, Frisco
11. Savanna

The child care center will offer infant care and preschool. It will offer programs in science, technology, engineering and math; building; cooking; and creating. Atop the child care, the facility—which is replacing the closed Nobel Learning Communities Inc. location—will feature a coworking and parent lounge. This will provide Savanna parents with a place to work alongside their children.12. The Derbyshire

The business will offer traditional British dishes—such as fish and chips, and bangers and mash—and a selection of beer, whiskey and other spirits, according to the company’s website.13. Kebab and Mo:Mo

The restaurant will serve Mediterranean cuisine, a company representative said. Momo is a type of dumpling made from dough wrapping filled with minced meat, such as lamb, chicken or pork. A vegetarian option will also be available.14. True Education

The education hub offers services to improve K-12 students’ SAT, PSAT and ACT scores as well as GPAs and other test scores, according to its website. Students can also receive additional help in specific subjects, such as math, science, social studies, reading, writing and more.Relocations

15. Vera Bradley

The store sells backpacks; luggage; and bags, such as tote bags, shoulder bags and more. Vera Bradley will relocate from the first level of Stonebriar Centre to the second level.
  • Relocating in late February or early March
  • 2601 Preston Road, Ste. 2140, Frisco
In the news

16. Funbox

The installation will be opening a temporary bounce park location in Frisco’s Stonebriar Centre on March 1, according to a Feb. 16 news release. Funbox features 25,000 square feet of 10 inflatable play zones, including a Tumble Temple, Marshmallow Mountain, Gumball’s Gallop and an obstacle course, according to the news release. The installation is expected to run for 12 weeks. Tickets start at $19 during the grand opening weekend.