Hutchins BBQ in McKinney sets reopening date; Chitos restaurant in Frisco adds music lounge and more DFW-area news

Hutchins BBQ is reopening in McKinney. (Courtesy Hutchins BBQ)
Hutchins BBQ is reopening in McKinney. (Courtesy Hutchins BBQ)

Hutchins BBQ is reopening in McKinney. (Courtesy Hutchins BBQ)

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

McKinney

Hutchins BBQ in McKinney sets reopening date following repairs from fire

After closing in January due to a fire on New Year’s Eve, Hutchins BBQ in McKinney is looking to reopen the last week of July or the first week of August.

Indoor running and walking studio Stride readies to open in McKinney



Stride’s classes will cater to all ages and fitness levels and aim to reinvent the definition of a runner through strategically designed programs taken at the client’s pace.

Grapevine-Colleyville-Southlake

Body-sugaring center Sugar and Shears relocates to Southlake Boulevard

Sugar and Shears, a body-sugaring, microdermabrasion and airbrush tanning center in Southlake, has relocated to 251 W. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 17.

Keller-Roanoke-Northeast Fort Worth

Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care coming to Northeast Fort Worth

Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care Centers are open for walk-ins or appointments and accept most major insurance. They also offer clinical concierges and medication filling on-site.

Dogtopia dog daycare sets July opening date in Roanoke

Dogtopia of Roanoke has set an opening date of July 26 with a grand opening event to be held Aug. 7. The dog day care at 216 E. Hwy. 114, Roanoke, previously operated as The Pet Mansion.

Frisco

Chitos Authentic Mexican Restaurant in Frisco adds live music lounge

Chitos Authentic Mexican Restaurant opened a new lounge on June 1 at 6129 Main St., Frisco. Live music is performed by Lalo Muñoz on the guitar every Wednesday and Paul Rogers on the saxophone every other Thursday.

Apple Blvd Boutique in downtown Frisco offers affordable clothing

The women’s clothing brand, started by couple Katie and Johnny Apple, offers garments in a multitude of styles, and "aims to dress every woman fabulously for under $100."

Miranda Jaimes, Sandra Sadek, Kira Lovell and Matt Payne contributed to this report.



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