New steakhouse coming to Frisco and more DFW news

The steakhouse serves steak, lobster, seafood and wine. (Courtesy III Forks Prime Steakhouse)
The steakhouse serves steak, lobster, seafood and wine. (Courtesy III Forks Prime Steakhouse)

The steakhouse serves steak, lobster, seafood and wine. (Courtesy III Forks Prime Steakhouse)

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Frisco

III Forks Prime Steakhouse relocates from Dallas to Frisco

III Forks Prime Steakhouse relocated from Dallas to 1303 Legacy Drive, Frisco, and reopened Sept. 15. The steakhouse serves steak, lobster, seafood and wine and can accommodate intimate parties, special occasion dining, large social gatherings and business meetings.

Richardson



Staycation Coffee to bring hybrid cafe, floral shop, backyard event space to Richardson

Staycation Coffee is expected to open in November at 201 S. Texas St., Richardson. The business will offer a full coffee menu and a small selection of curated toast options in a modern, open setting. A backyard event space will host activities, such as small concerts and community movie nights.

Wok & Grill shutters in Richardson

Wok & Grill closed its doors suddenly Sept. 9 at 1891 N. Plano Road, Richardson, according to a Facebook post. Its menu included fried rice, stir fry and orange chicken.

Grapevine-Colleyville-Southlake

Bull Lion Winery to open on Grapevine's Main Street

Bull Lion Winery expects to open in Grapevine in November. The winery will be colocated with local retailer Nomad at 530 S. Main St., Grapevine.

Grapevine-based Sauce'd makes pizzas the Texas way

When it comes to local family-owned restaurants, Conner Gildenblatt’s pizza shop Sauce’d checks all the boxes. A Southlake Carroll Senior High School graduate, Gildenblatt understands the importance of working with family.

Grapevine Kids Dental and Orthodontics opens on Main Street

Grapevine Kids Dental and Orthodontics opened on Aug. 3 at 1230 S. Main St., Grapevine. The family-owned office offers pediatric and sports dentistry, exams and cleanings, preventive care, fillings and extractions, and general children’s dentistry. It also offers orthodontist services for all ages.

McKinney

Avalanche Dessert Lounge in McKinney announces closure, citing COVID-19

Avalanche Dessert Lounge confirmed the store plans to permanently close Sept. 26, saying business has been tough since April with the COVID-19 pandemic. In the meantime, the dessert lounge will continue to operate at its regular hours and will offer funnel cakes with a variety of toppings, milkshakes with cake slices or cookies on top, tableside s’mores and ice cream sandwiches made from doughnuts.

Keller-Roanoke-Northeast Fort Worth

Free To Move And Play now open in Keller

The newest pediatric physical therapy option, Free To Move And Play, opened in July at 630B Stoneglen Drive, Keller, inside of Allison’s Therapy Corner.

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