Food hall coming to Frisco in 2021 and more DFW news

Main Street Food Hall is expected to open in Frisco in 2021. (Courtesy Bryan Brickman)
Main Street Food Hall is expected to open in Frisco in 2021. (Courtesy Bryan Brickman)

Main Street Food Hall is expected to open in Frisco in 2021. (Courtesy Bryan Brickman)

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Frisco

Main Street Food Hall to offer 10 vendors, bars, event spaces in Frisco in 2021


A new food hall in Frisco is expected to bring eclectic vendors, bars, a beer garden and concert spaces next year.

Neighborhood Medical Center to offer free drive-thru COVID-19 testing in Frisco



A new option for free drive-thru COVID-19 testing will be available over the next few Sundays in Frisco.

Neighborhood Medical Center is offering free testing for those with or without insurance. The insured will be required to present an insurance card. Those without insurance will need to provide a state identification to allow Neighborhood Medical Center to submit for federal reimbursement for the test.

Culinary concept Cibo Kitchens to open in Frisco this winter

Cibo Kitchens will open in December at 7511 Main St., Frisco. Located at The Patios at The Rail, the shareable culinary kitchen concept will be available to rent by the hour to chefs and caterers for preparation, demonstrations and baking.

Keller-Roanoke-Northeast Fort Worth

Lupe Tortilla Mexican Restaurant now open in north Fort Worth


A Lupe Tortilla Mexican Restaurant location officially opened in July at 9409 N. Freeway, Fort Worth.

The restaurant offers dine-in, curbside and to-go options for classic Mexican breakfast, lunch and dinner cuisine, such as nachos, burritos, chilaquiles and more.

McKinney

One of Hub 121’s first shops, Phenix Salon Suites, readies to open in McKinney

Phenix Salon Suites is set to open in early November as one of the first businesses to open at McKinney’s newest mixed-use development site, Hub 121. The business will be located at 6700 Alma Road, Ste. 100, McKinney, and will offer 34 suites for salon professionals.

Lewisville-Flower Mound-Highland Village

Kids Kastle construction could continue in October after Highland Village forgoes community-build approach


The rebuilding of the Kids Kastle playground in Highland Village will go forward after coronavirus-related restrictions derailed the original plans for a community build.

Construction could begin as early as October after Highland Village City Council on Sept. 8 approved a contract with Play by Design to complete the rebuild of Kids Kastle, according to a city staff memo.

Richardson

Richardson Mercantile changes name, under new ownership


Richardson Mercantile changed its name to Cottonwood Market in late August. The store, which is located at 101 S. Coit Road, Ste. 50, Richardson, also changed ownership, according to a spokesperson for the business.

Ian Pribanic, Elizabeth Ucles, William C. Wadsack, Daniel Houston and Makenzie Plusnick contributed to this report.



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Spenga is now open in Frisco. (Courtesy Spenga)
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Scott Palmer administers a COVID-19 vaccine shot to a Roanoke police officer. (Sandra Sadek/Community Impact Newspaper)
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A pharmacy employee prepares a COVID-19 vaccine dose at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas. (Courtesy Baylor Scott & White Health)
Baylor Scott & White Health opens COVID-19 vaccine registration for Phase 1B in North Texas

Baylor Scott & White Health has begun contacting patients who qualify under Phase 1B to schedule them for the COVID-19 vaccine.

Grizzly Burger House's menu includes the Hawaiian cheeseburger and more. (Courtesy Grizzly Burger House)
Grizzly Burger opens in Richardson and more DFW-area news

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In addition to vaccine hubs, there are also smaller community vaccine providers throughout Texas, such as pharmacies, that may also have the vaccine available. (Eva Vigh/Community Impact Newspaper)
EXPLAINED: When, where and how Texans can receive the COVID-19 vaccine

As Texas is still in the early stages of rolling out the COVID-19 vaccine, many Texans are still unsure about where, when and how they can get inoculated.

Frisco City Council on Jan. 19 approved project and financial plans for the city’s sixth tax incremental reinvestment zone. (Matt Payne/Community Impact Newspaper)
Frisco council approves project, finance plans for Hall Office Park tax reinvestment zone

The city of Frisco is moving forward with plans to build out infrastructure around Hall Office Park.

Chicken-fried steak and eggs ($11.99) are served with hash browns and Texas toast. (Courtesy The Cottage)
The Cottage eatery opens in Roanoke and more DFW-area news

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Low T Center, which focuses on addressing underlying causes of men's health issues, is set to open in February. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Low T Center to open new Frisco location

Low T Center, a men’s health care clinic, is expected to open in February

Sushi Box is set to open in west Frisco sometime in early summer 2021. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Sushi Box coming to west Frisco in summer 2021

A new sushi joint is coming to west Frisco in summer 2021, according to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.

Presidium at Edgestone, which opened in summer 2020, recently completed its final phases of construction. (Courtesy Presidium at Edgestone)
Presidium at Edgestone active-adult luxury community now open in Frisco

Construction has finished on Presidium at Edgestone, Frisco’s first luxury community for active adults.

Feeding Texas hosted a Jan. 19 webinar to discuss legislative highlights for the 87th Texas Legislature. (Screenshot courtesy Feeding Texas)
Food insecurity in Texas' 87th Legislature: Hunger relief organization Feeding Texas to propose legislation addressing hunger

Hunger relief organization Feeding Texas hosted a webinar Jan. 19 to discuss increasing funding and accessibility for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program in the 87th legislative session.

Volunteers prepare care packages for those found unsheltered and facing homelessness on the night of the point-in-time count in 2019. (Courtesy Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance)
Annual homelessness count adapted to answer questions brought on by pandemic in Collin, Dallas counties

The point-in-time count in Collin and Dallas counties will not look like it has in recent years, when upward of 1,000 volunteers would canvas the streets to get an accurate count of the number of unsheltered residents facing homelessness.