MAY 17 ROUNDUP: DFW business news from the past week

Abstrakt Studio's two Frisco salons reopened May 8. (Courtesy Sarah Delagarza, Cherry He)
Abstrakt Studio's two Frisco salons reopened May 8. (Courtesy Sarah Delagarza, Cherry He)

Abstrakt Studio's two Frisco salons reopened May 8. (Courtesy Sarah Delagarza, Cherry He)

Read popular business news coverage from Community Impact Newspaper's website from the past week.

GALLERY: 3 Frisco hair salons begin welcoming clients on first day of reopenings

Some Frisco hair salons are reopening their doors after weeks of closures due to the coronavirus pandemic.

PJ's Coffee of New Orleans coming soon to McKinney

PJ’s Coffee of New Orleans is opening a location in McKinney. The coffee shop, expected to open around Labor Day or in August, will be located at 6091 W. University Drive, McKinney.



Family-owned restaurant Anamia's to reopen McKinney dining room with focus on quality, customer care

Anamia’s will reopen its dining room May 18 after ensuring restaurant guests and employees feel safe and have no concerns coming into the restaurant, said Jason Shepherd, the director of operations for Anamia’s.

Oak Street Pie Co. in downtown Roanoke serving slices of contemporary America

For Carol Southern, the owner of Oak Street Pie Co. in Roanoke, the shop is not simply selling some of the best pies in Texas—it is also selling the nostalgia of Southern cooking and American life, she said.

Frisco businesses moving forward with plans for summer camps amid pandemic

With gyms, exercise facilities and places that offer classes allowed to operate at 25% capacity beginning May 18, a number of Frisco businesses are planning to hold summer camps for children.

William C. Wadsack, Elizabeth Ucles, Miranda Jaimes and Ian Pribanic contributed to this report.