54th Street Grill opens in McKinney and more DFW-area news

54th Street Grill opened in McKinney in August. (Courtesy 54th Street Grill)
54th Street Grill opened in McKinney in August. (Courtesy 54th Street Grill)

54th Street Grill opened in McKinney in August. (Courtesy 54th Street Grill)

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McKinney

54th Street Grill brings craft burgers, Southern favorites to McKinney

Restaurant chain 54th Street Grill, which specializes in craft burgers, steaks, sandwiches and Southern dishes, opened its new location in McKinney on Aug. 10.

Vitality Bowls in McKinney sets August opening date



Vitality Bowls is slated to open Aug. 14, at 3610 W. University Drive, Ste. 100, McKinney. The fast-casual restaurant specializes in acai bowls, a thick blend of acai berries topped with a variety of “superfoods,” which promote health and wellness with its nutrients.

Frisco

Frisco early voting hours to differ between Collin, Denton counties for Nov. 3 election

Frisco voters will have different hours for early voting in the Nov. 3 election depending on whether they reside in Collin County or Denton County.

Lewisville-Flower Mound-Highland Village

Fusion restaurant Kretzschy's Cajun BBQ coming soon to Lewisville


Kretzschy's Cajun BBQ expects to open by late September at 1301 FM407, Ste. 103, Lewisville. The restaurant will feature dishes that combine Texas BBQ and Louisiana Cajun flavors.

Flower Mound's YogaSix to open in late August

YogaSix plans to open in late August at 4610 Long Prairie Road, Flower Mound. The boutique yoga studio had previously expected an opening in May, but the coronavirus pandemic lead to some additional delays in permitting, according to YogaSix management. The studio will offer six different class types, including heated and nonheated yoga, fitness and meditation.

Grapevine-Colleyville-Southlake

Pure Cafe in Southlake changes ownership, to update menu this year

Quyen Tong became the new owner of Pure Cafe in November. Part of the ownership change has included the cafe’s switch to all-organic produce. Tong said the cafe will also update its menu this year as well as the addition of seasonal selections and take-home dinners.

Keller-Roanoke-Northeast Fort Worth

Women's boutique MadiJaks now open in Roanoke

Women's apparel and accessories store MadiJaks officially opened in downtown Roanoke on Aug. 1.

Ian Pribanic, Miranda Jaimes, Gavin Pugh and Liesbeth Powers contributed to this report.



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