Hooters spinoff opens in Fort Worth; Worth the Pour liquor store now serving Castle Hills and more DFW-area news

Hoots Wings offers five cooking options and 14 sauces and dry rubs to choose from. (Courtesy Leah Trice of Fishman Public Relations)
Hoots Wings offers five cooking options and 14 sauces and dry rubs to choose from. (Courtesy Leah Trice of Fishman Public Relations)

Hoots Wings offers five cooking options and 14 sauces and dry rubs to choose from. (Courtesy Leah Trice of Fishman Public Relations)

Read the latest business and community news from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Keller-Roanoke-Northeast Fort Worth

Family-friendly Hoots Wings opens in Fort Worth

Hoots Wings, a family-friendly and wings-only concept of Hooters, opened its second Texas location at 5317 Golden Triangle Blvd. in Fort Worth on Sept. 13.

West Dental Care in Roanoke celebrates 5-year anniversary



Services offered by West Dental Care include preventative dentistry, restorative dentistry, oral surgery, endodontic therapy, prosthetic dentistry, implants and oral sedation.

Lewisville-Flower Mound-Highland Village

Cut Creaters Salon Suites opens in Lewisville

Cut Creaters is a collection of rentable private salon suites that will feature hairstylists, barbers, braiders and makeup specialists.

Worth the Pour liquor store opens in Castle Hills community

Worth the Pour sells beer, wine and spirits in its 3,000-square-foot space. It also has a humidor stocked with a variety of cigars, including some created by a master Cuban cigar roller from Dallas.

McKinney

Wellness center OsteoStrong now open in McKinney

The wellness center focuses on strengthening bones, muscular strength and balance through technology while reducing joint and back pain.

Frisco

Stash Home Furniture in Frisco selling fixtures for whole house

The store offers wide-ranging furniture for sale, including fixtures for bedrooms, living and dining rooms and office space.

Bailey Lewis, Samantha Van Dyke, Valerie Wigglesworth, Miranda Jaimes and Matt Payne contributed to this report.



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