H-E-B coming to McKinney; Fat Shack restaurant to open this week in Plano and more DFW-area news

Grocery store chain H-E-B announced June 8 the company's plans to open a store in McKinney. (Matt Payne/Community Impact Newspaper)
Grocery store chain H-E-B announced June 8 the company's plans to open a store in McKinney. (Matt Payne/Community Impact Newspaper)

Grocery store chain H-E-B announced June 8 the company's plans to open a store in McKinney. (Matt Payne/Community Impact Newspaper)

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McKinney

H-E-B announces plan to open McKinney store

The store is expected to open in spring 2023, according to the announcement. The McKinney store will be located on the northeast corner of the intersection of Custer Road and Eldorado Parkway.

Tea and coffee shop Magic Cup Cafe sets grand opening date in McKinney


After an initial soft opening, Magic Cup Cafe has scheduled the grand opening for its location at 7701 Stacy Road, Ste. 100, McKinney, from 10 a.m.-11 p.m. June 12-13.

Plano

Fat Shack opening this week in Plano

Fat Shack plans to open this week at 6205 Coit Road, Ste. 364, Plano. An exact date and time has not been set.

Keto Kitchens Creations now open in north Plano

Keto Kitchens Creations opened May 15 at 5760 SH 121, Plano. The restaurant offers grab-and-go meals and desserts for those who follow a keto diet.

Keller-Roanoke-Northeast Fort Worth

Coco Shrimp now serving Hawaiian-style seafood in Northeast Fort Worth


The menu features Hawaiian-style coconut shrimp as well as other flavors of shrimp that can be incorporated into tacos or salads.

Gonzalez-Bryson Speech Therapy PLLC now providing bilingual speech therapy in Keller

Gonzalez-Bryson Speech Therapy PLLC launched June 1 at 349 Keller Parkway, Keller. Jessica Bryson holds degrees in early childhood education and communication disorders, and she has worked with children as a speech language pathologist since 2012.

Lewisville-Flower Mound-Highland Village

Hidden Gems Boutique now open in Highland Village

It offers a selection of accessories and gifts, from candles to cornhole boards, as well as women’s clothing.

Alex Copeland, Matt Payne, Miranda Jaimes, Erick Pirayesh, William C. Wadsack and Kira Lovell contributed to this report.


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The applicant proposed for the 38 acres to be divided into two tracts: one portion of the land—about 2 acres facing Custer—will be dedicated to commercial uses, and the other 36 acres will allow for the cottage residential development.

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Following the presentation, staff said the city will work to engage the public to inform and seek feedback from residents, businesses and property owners along the two Throckmorton streets.

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