From a personal training facility to a doughnut shop, these five new businesses are coming soon to Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake.

1. Max Resultx will be located in Vineyard Marketplace at 2030 Glade Road, Ste. 250, Grapevine. Founder and trainer Winston Williams said the facility should open in the beginning of September. Max Resultx is not a gym, but a personal training facility that offers a “modernized method” of diet and exercise, according to its website. The facility offers several classes for yoga and stretch therapy, boxing and kickboxing, bodybuilding, fitness and physique posing.

Williams said with so many diet plans and workout programs to follow, most clients do not know where to begin their fitness journey. Before being paired with a trainer, clients go through an assessment to figure out goals for training, Williams said.

“[Max Resultx] is made for businesspeople on the run,” Williams said. “Your time is valuable, and we maximize your time.”

Along with fitness training, Max Resultx offers a “high-amenity gym” with luxury showers, a dietary service, antiaging therapy, smoothies and prepped food, Williams said. 817-682-5122.

2. Dutch Bros Coffee is coming soon to Grapevine with Caramelizers, Cocomos and more Dutch Classics. Oregon-based chain Dutch Bros Coffee is opening at 801 E. Northwest Highway in Grapevine on Aug. 26, according to a company representative. Dutch Bros Coffee is a drive-thru coffee chain that features cold brew, blended coffee, milkshakes, teas, lemonades and more. This location does not yet have a phone number.

3. Shipley Do-Nuts will soon be serving up doughnuts and hot coffee in Colleyville. According to the city’s Aug. 5 newsletter, Shipley Do-Nuts is opening a new location in Colleyville. Construction of the business will be underway in the fall at the site of the former Bahama Buck's at 4605 Colleyville Blvd., the newsletter stated.

Shipley Do-Nuts features several doughnut flavors, including glazed, strawberry, cherry, chocolate and white-iced as well as Bullseye Do-Nuts, which are traditional raised doughnuts filled with jelly in the center, according to its website. The menu also offers doughnut holes, twists, kolaches, cake doughnuts, coffee and more classic doughnut shop items.

4. Ellie Mental Health will open Sept. 6 at 1835 E. Southlake Blvd., Southlake. Ellie is a mental health organization focused on “impacting the lives of people” living in the communities it serves, according to a news release. Clinic Director Ally Stuckless said the clinic brings “innovative and creative approaches to therapy.” As a community-based clinic, she said Ellie “fills the gap” of mental health services in communities. 817-769-7687.

5. UrgentVet is opening a clinic at 200 N. Kimball Ave., Ste. 200, in Southlake. The location is tentatively expected to open in October, according to a company representative.

UrgentVet is an urgent care clinic for pets. The clinic is an affordable alternative to the vet emergency room and offers after-hours appointments on weeknights, weekends and holidays, a company representative stated in an email. UrgentVet provides care to cats and dogs with illness and injury such as coughing and sneezing, fever, upper respiratory infections, limping, cuts and scrapes, stomach concerns and more, according to its website.

Open 365 days a year, the clinic has hours from 3-11 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday and from noon-8 p.m. on holidays.

The Southlake location does not yet have a phone number.