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


Desanko Ramen brings authentic Japanese cuisine to Plano

Desanko Ramen opened in mid-September in Mitsuwa Marketplace and will hold a grand opening Oct. 3. The restaurant serves a variety of ramen dishes, including white miso ramen and soy sauce ramen.

Business at Plano Sewing Center booms as customers spend more time at home

The store sells embroidery, sewing and quilting machines made exclusively by Baby Lock, a machine manufacturer in Japan. The Sewing Center’s front window displays machines of various types, sizes and skill levels for local sewers, quilters and embroiders. Customers can practice stitching on the machines before making any purchases.


Floral design gallery Luxe Stems now open in Frisco

Luxe Stems was expected to open in early October at 4350 N. Main St., Ste. 120, Frisco. The floral design gallery offers a variety of arrangement services, including wedding design, corporate events and floral workshops.

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Athletic clothing store Lululemon coming soon to north Fort Worth

A Lululemon location is expected to open in 2020 at the Tanger Outlets at 15853 North Freeway, Fort Worth.


Ya Ya Yum to offer various boards in Grapevine in October

Ya Ya Yum expects to open in October at 112 E. Texas St., Grapevine. The Southlake-based business has offered catering services prior to the opening of its new location. The concept serves cheese and charcuterie boards as well as brunch-themed boards.


Centre for Dance to move to larger studio in December

Centre for Dance is planning to move to a larger space at 2080 N. Collins Blvd., Richardson, in December, according to the owner.


After 2 months of business, Texana Grill in McKinney closes

Texana Grill, a new restaurant offering a menu inspired by the Texas Hill Country, closed in September. The restaurant had opened at 1222 N. Central Expressway, McKinney, in July.

Gavin Pugh, Elizabeth Ucles, Ian Pribanic, Mackenzie Plusnick, Liesbeth Powers and Miranda Jaimes contributed to this report.