Here are 12 businesses that are coming soon, now open, relocated and more in north Frisco.

Now open

1. Blaze Pizza

The pizzeria offers pizza, salads, bread and dessert. Patrons can choose from menu items or build their own pizza.2. Blo Blow Dry Bar

The business is owned by Judy Adams, and it is located next door to LashKind. Blo Blow Dry Bar offers blowouts, extensions and more.3. Clean Juice

The juice spot offers juice, smoothies, bowls, wellness shots and more. It is owned by Jigar Patel.
  • Opened June 4
  • 12025 E. University Drive, Ste. 200, Frisco
4. Dutch Bros

The menu includes specialty coffee, smoothies, teas, lemonade, energy drinks, nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee and more. Dutch Bros also sells a selection of baked goods, such as chocolate chip muffin tops and granola bars.5. Frisco Vet Care

The veterinarian clinic is owned by Drs. Ryan Jacques, Amy Rippy and Wesley Williams. It offers canine and feline wellness exams, surgery, dental care, diagnostics, hospice care and more.6. Real Hot Yoga

The studio offers a number of classes such as power yoga, yin yoga, yinyasa and more. According to the company website, other amenities the studio offers include a shower and changing facilities as well as a yoga boutique offering apparel and yoga accessories.7. R&B Tea

The shop sells a number of specialty drinks, including boba tea, milk tea, blended drinks, coffee drinks and more.Coming soon

8. Lazi Cow

The new shop is expected to open in mid-July, co-owner Kathy Kim said. It will offer a variety of boba drinks, coffee, slushies and snacks once open, she said. This will be Lazi Cow’s fifth location and its first shop outside of California, according to its website.9. Mooyah Burgers, Fries & Shakes

The burger chain will open its first drive-thru location. The restaurant offers a variety of burgers with keto, vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options. It also offers hand-cut fries, milkshakes, hot dogs, cookies and more.Relocations

10. Yoga on Main

The business has relocated to a new space from downtown Frisco. The studio offers a number of classes including vinyasa and power yoga.In the news

11. Eight 11 Place

The business will remain open in its downtown Frisco space, manager Stephen Tsoup said. Eight 11 Place was originally set to close on June 1 but its original owners Sheree and Derek Simms, who sold the wine bar and kitchen in 2019, purchased it again to keep it open, Tsoup said.Closures

12. Rockin’ Taco Bar

The restaurant served traditional recipes with slow-cooked meat on corn or flour tortillas and offered on-tap beer and signature cocktails. A company representative cited staffing challenges and rising costs as the reason it closed. The restaurant used to be called Rockin' Taco and Tex Mex and was sold before reopening under new ownership.