New York Pizza & Pints coming to Frisco and more DFW news

New York Pizza & Pints is adding a fifth restaurant to the DFW metroplex next month, set to open on Preston Road in Frisco. (Courtesy New York Pizza & Pints)
New York Pizza & Pints is adding a fifth restaurant to the DFW metroplex next month, set to open on Preston Road in Frisco. (Courtesy New York Pizza & Pints)

New York Pizza & Pints is adding a fifth restaurant to the DFW metroplex next month, set to open on Preston Road in Frisco. (Courtesy New York Pizza & Pints)

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Frisco

New York Pizza & Pints to open new Frisco location

The DFW pizza joint New York Pizza & Pints will expand into Frisco sometime next month, owner Adrian “Chefy” Creasey said.

Plano



Full-service clinic and spa Skin Spirit now open in Plano

Skin Spirit opened Jan. 13 at the corner of Highland Drive and Preston Road at 2401 Preston Road, Ste. F, Plano. The full-service clinic and spa offers a range of services, from facials to injectables to laser treatments.

Photos: Plano's Sam Johnson Recreation Center operating as a Collin County vaccination hub

The recreation center began operating as a vaccine hub Feb. 2. The center has been closed to the public, with the exception of its clinic, since March of last year due to the pandemic.

Keller-Roanoke-Northeast Fort Worth

Keller Chamber of Commerce will offer free COVID-19 tests to member businesses


Keller small businesses that are members of the Greater Keller Chamber of Commerce and their employees will be able to get free rapid COVID-19 tests provided by the chamber. The testing will start Feb. 26.

Hotworx studio now open in Fort Worth

Hotworx, a fitness studio that uses infrared heat to boost the effects of workouts, opened its Alliance location Jan. 25 in the Victory Shops at Heritage Trace development.

Distinguished Dental open at new Fort Worth location

Distinguished Dental moved to 4901 Golden Triangle Blvd., Ste. 111, Fort Worth, from its previous office—also on Golden Triangle Boulevard—and reopened for appointments Jan. 18.

Richardson

Monster Bodybuilding Sports & Fitness coming soon to Richardson

Monster Bodybuilding Sports & Fitness plans to hold a soft opening March 1 at 235 N. Central Expressway, Richardson. The business will feature a 14,000-square-foot facility and offer a variety of training styles for a range of ages.

Francesca D’Annunzio, Liesbeth Powers, Kira Lovell and William C. Wadsack contributed to this report.



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