Here are four businesses that recently opened or relocated in Grapevine.

1. Fyzical Therapy and Balance Center in Grapevine opened Jan. 2 at 1400 W. Northwest Hwy., Ste. 100. Fyzical Grapevine offers services for auto and work injuries, concussion and vestibular therapy, chronic back pain, fitness and wellness, occupational therapy, sports rehabilitation, and more.

Owner Alan Rex said clients receive a therapy program specifically designed for them. Achieving optimal health and wellness is a focus for the physical therapy treatments, which he said are done during one-on-one sessions. 817-438-7214.

2. Harbor Freight Tools opened its location at 1250 William D. Tate Ave., Ste. 100, Grapevine, on Jan. 24. Harbor Freight is a tool and equipment company with items for welding, plumbing, electrical, automotive and more.


3. Talking Animals Books, Grapevine’s first independent bookstore, held its grand opening Feb. 7.

Founder and co-owner Katy Lemieux said she came up with the idea in the summer to open an independent bookstore. Lemieux and co-owner Valerie Walizadeh raised the money within a few weeks through the crowdfunding platform Kickstarter.

The store is an “indie,” or independent, bookstore, meaning it is owned by an individual rather than a corporation. She said the store will not only sells books, but also hosts events, book readings and other opportunities to engage with books. Talking Animals Books is located at 103 W. Worth St., Grapevine. 682-223-1311.

4. Camille La Vie relocated inside Grapevine Mills in December and is now at 3000 Grapevine Mills Parkway, Ste. 312, Grapevine. It was previously located at Ste. 247. Camille La Vie offers prom, homecoming, quinceanera, wedding and bridesmaid dresses. It has two locations in Texas with the other in Houston. 469-630-7421.