Here are five businesses in Lake Highlands and Lakewood in the news recently. The list is not comprehensive.

Advanced Vein & Vascular Associates

Advanced Vein & Vascular Associates has relocated to east Dallas.

The clinic focuses on early treatment of varicose veins, specializing in minimally invasive techniques, according to the company website.MKT

Boutique company MKT Stores has opened its second store in the Lower Greenville area of Dallas.

The locally-owned company sells products from local businesses under one roof. The new store offers items from art business Meghan Young Art, boutique Eden Lifestyle, fashion company Shop Movida and more.

In addition to the Lower Greenville store, MKT has a store in the West Village shopping mall in Oak Lawn.The Boiling Crab

The Boiling Crab relocated to Audelia Road in Dallas.

The restaurant, currently located at 10560 Walnut St., Ste. 100, serves crab, lobster, shrimp and more with various sauces options and spice levels. The Boiling Crab also offers fried catfish, shrimp and chicken baskets.Pita's Planters

Local plant shop Pita’s Planters opened its first brick-and-mortar location in east Dallas.

Started as a mobile store hosting pop-up events, the company focuses on selling houseplants in handcrafted planters made from upcycled materials, according to its website. The permanent Pita’s Planters location will be in the Casa Linda Plaza.JuiceLand

Austin-based juice company JuiceLand has delayed the opening of its new Lakewood store until late December after previously projecting to open in early fall.

“It might be a Christmas baby,” said Lacy Stone, the company’s vice president of business development, of the new store.

JuiceLand serves raw, cold-pressed juice and superfood smoothies made with whole fruits and vegetables. Patrons can also order grab-and-go plant-based meals, lattes and wellness shots.