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B&B Cafe at 1411 N. Custer Road, Ste. 100, McKinney, offers both breakfast and lunch options. (Courtesy B&B Cafe)
B&B Cafe at 1411 N. Custer Road, Ste. 100, McKinney, offers both breakfast and lunch options. (Courtesy B&B Cafe)

B&B Cafe at 1411 N. Custer Road, Ste. 100, McKinney, offers both breakfast and lunch options. (Courtesy B&B Cafe)

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McKinney

McKinney breakfast, lunch spot B&B Cafe opened by Italian Garden owner

B&B Cafe opened Feb. 1 at 1411 N. Custer Road, Ste. 100, McKinney. The breakfast and lunch restaurant is owned by Benny Polisi, who also owns Italian Garden on Custer Road.

Dance Vision brings new studio to McKinney



Dance Vision opened a new McKinney location at 3300 Eldorado Parkway, Ste. 500 in early January.

Keller-Roanoke-Northeast Fort Worth

Glo Tanning reopens in Roanoke after remodeling

Glo Tanning has reopened after remodeling at 1124 N. US 377, Roanoke, according to the city of Roanoke. The salon provides spray tans, tanning beds and spa services.

7-Eleven takes over RaceTrac site on Tarrant Parkway in Fort Worth

The RaceTrac at 5151 N. Tarrant Parkway, Fort Worth, is now a 7-Eleven convenience store, as of Jan. 6. This location is one of several in Fort Worth, including locations on Heritage Trace Parkway and Golden Triangle Boulevard.

Frisco

How a lifelong love of the craft lead to Noah's Fine Watches and Jewelry in Frisco


Since he was 18, Noah Mackie has been climbing the ladder in the jewelry business; he started out working at Jared’s while in college. Two years ago, Mackie opened his own store, Noah's Fine Watches and Jewelry, in Frisco after working in jewelry stores for four years.

Strip of Indian restaurants, grocery store, shops to open in Frisco

A new commercial center full of Indian food joints and shopping is coming to Frisco in mid-March.

Starbucks to open new north Frisco location along Dallas North Tollway

Following the trend of development in Frisco's northern quarters, Starbucks will open a new location this year near Texas Health Frisco at 13355 Dallas Parkway, Frisco. The new location will feature a drive-thru.

Waxing the City celebrates 5-year anniversary in Frisco

Waxing the City celebrated its Frisco location's five-year anniversary in November at 9320 N. Dallas Parkway, Ste. 150. The business offers several beauty services including facials, body waxing, brow shaping and eyelash and eyebrow tinting.

Grapevine-Colleyville-Southlake

Long-awaited Harvest Hall to open in Grapevine after several delays


Grapevine’s highly-anticipated European-style food hall, Harvest Hall, will officially open Feb. 6 as part of the $114 million mixed-use development Grapevine Main.

Boi Na Braza leaves Grapevine after 20 years

Boi Na Braza, considered Grapevine's first fine dining restaurant, has closed after 20 years and will relocate within the metroplex. An exact location has yet to be announced.

Plano

Jaffa Mediterranean Cuisine opens along Alma Drive in Plano

Jaffa Mediterranean Cuisine opened its doors Jan. 16 at 3200 Alma Drive, Plano. The restaurant serves Israeli and Middle Eastern Mediterranean menu items, including varieties of shawarma, kebabs and fatta as well as hummus and baba ghanouj.

Angry Bee CrossFit & BootCamp helping Plano residents meet fitness goals

Angry Bee CrossFit & BootCamp opened Oct. 31 at 2865 McDermott Road, Ste. 200, Plano. The facility offers a group-driven community to meet clients’ fitness goals through workout programs and training.

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



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