The Cottage eatery opens in Roanoke and more DFW-area news

Chicken-fried steak and eggs ($11.99) are served with hash browns and Texas toast. (Courtesy The Cottage)
Chicken-fried steak and eggs ($11.99) are served with hash browns and Texas toast. (Courtesy The Cottage)

Chicken-fried steak and eggs ($11.99) are served with hash browns and Texas toast. (Courtesy The Cottage)

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Keller-Roanoke-Northeast Fort Worth

The Cottage restaurant now open on US 377 in Roanoke

The Cottage opened a third location in early January at 1212 N. US 377, Roanoke.

The restaurant serves American-style breakfast and lunch, and catering services are available.



Main Squeeze Juice Co. now open in north Fort Worth

Main Squeeze Juice Co. opened Jan. 22 at 4560 Heritage Trace Parkway, Ste. 500, Fort Worth. Besides cold-pressed juice, the shop offers smoothies, breakfast bowls and coffee.

Frisco

Sylvan Learning in Frisco now operating under new ownership

In late November, Nizar Bhulani and Frank Kesh bought seven Sylvan Learning locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, including one at 8765 Stockard Drive in Frisco. The educational center offers tutoring services in math, reading, writing, study skills and other subjects.

HotWorx sauna fitness studio coming to west Frisco

Hotworx is opening a new location in west Frisco at 8425 FM 423, Frisco. The fitness studio is expected to open in March and will offer virtually instructed exercise classes.

Nack Theater opening with Disney's 'Aladdin Jr.' in downtown Frisco

Nack Theater will open Jan. 21 at 6177 Oak St., Frisco. The 4,000-square-foot, roughly $2 million performing arts center has a capacity of 210 seats, and numerous organizations plan to perform shows at the venue, according to Donny Churchman, president and owner of Nack Development.

Grapevine-Colleyville-Southlake

Blue Goose Cantina in Grapevine boasts familial environment

Many residents of the Dallas Fort-Worth metroplex are familiar with Blue Goose Cantina because of its quick service, strong margaritas and Tex-Mex food made with fresh ingredients, according to managers.

Apple Store in Southlake Town Square temporarily closes due to COVID-19 surge

Southlake Town Square’s Apple Store has temporarily closed due to COVID-19, according to the company’s website. Local stores in Dallas at NorthPark Center, Galleria Dallas and Fort Worth’s University Park Village have also temporarily closed, as have stores in other parts of the state and the country.

Richardson

SPENGA North Dallas Richardson opens local fitness studio


Fitness studio SPENGA North Dallas Richardson held a soft opening Jan. 18 at 7517 Campbell Road, Ste. 601, Dallas. SPENGA offers one-hour group training workouts that include 20 minutes of spin, 20 minutes of strength training and 20 minutes of yoga.

iDanz Performing Arts Studio to hold open house for new Richardson location

iDanz Performing Arts Studio opened Dec. 8 at 1144 N. Plano Road, Ste. 260, Richardson. The business offers a variety of dance styles for all ages, including its "Moms With Moves" class for mothers.

Plano

Plano cleaning service Dallas Sunrise Maids now open

Dallas Sunrise Maids opened its first Plano location Jan. 5 at 7813 Crestview Drive, Plano. The residential house cleaning company offers regular, ongoing house cleanings with the same two-person team for every visit.

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



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