From restaurants to sports centers, here are eight business updates from August. This list is not comprehensive.

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Little Lilly Sushi

Little Lilly Sushi opened in its second location in Keller, according to the Keller, Texas Neighborly Group Facebook page.

The menu entails a host of Japanese favorites, including sushi; sashimi; classic rolls, such as lump crab California and shrimp tempura; and signature rolls, such as Devil's Breath, a ghost pepper-seasoned tuna and asparagus roll topped with habanero-infused masago and sriracha, according to previous Community Impact reporting.

A variety of sake, wine, beer and soft drinks are also available.TOCA soccer

A TOCA soccer training center opened in Keller, according to the Greater Keller Chamber of Commerce.

The center boasts a 43,000-square-foot indoor facility that offers group and individual soccer training programs. It features tech-enabled studios and full coaching staff, and is suitable for players 7 years old or older, according to the website.

The center focuses on high-quality repetitions and game-like scenarios.Sugar Llamas

Snack bar Sugar Llamas opened in Keller, per the city’s social media.

Sugar Llamas is an Oklahoma-based treat shop chain featuring custom-blend coffee, ice cream and a wide variety of mini doughnuts made fresh to order and served hot, according to previous Community Impact reporting.

Patrons can customize their doughnut selection or pick from a menu featuring over 20 suggested combinations.Garage Men’s Grooming

Garage Men’s Grooming opened in its fifth full-service barbershop in Keller, according to Keller city government. The shop debuted with an all-female team of experienced barbers.Coming Soon

Pattea Lou’s Tea Room

Keller residents Patti and Ryan Gibson will open Pattea Lou’s Tea Room in Keller.

The shop will offer finger sandwiches, scones, chocolates, and a variety of hot and cold teas, according to a Keller city government social media post. It will also feature a daily service cafe, formal tea room, and a business center that can be rented out for work meetings, clubs and classes.

Pattea Lou’s will also sell arts and craft kits for people to take home or enjoy on-site, uplifting books, and a collection of gift items.

“I want people to come in and relax, meet up with friends, take care of business,” Patti Gibson said. “I want this to be a place people go to enjoy themselves.”Bahama Buck’s

A new Bahama Buck’s is opening in Roanoke, said Diane Rice, Roanoke communications and public engagement officer, in an email.

The 1,795-square-foot space will serve a variety of shaved ice and smoothies, and will feature a drive-thru. Construction costs are estimated at $250,000, Rice said.Micholandia

Ice cream parlor Micholandia is coming to Keller, according to the company’s website. The 1,829-square-foot space will serve selections of ice cream and popsicles, fruit drinks, and milkshakes and other snacks with flavors ranging from sweet to salty to tangy.Closed

Station Patio Icehouse

Station Patio Icehouse in Keller has permanently closed, according to the company’s social media. The restaurant contained a full bar and served burgers, pizzas, pretzels, salads and more in a backyard patio atmosphere.