NY Pizza Palace moving to Plano; Salad and Go to open in Richardson and more DFW-area news

Current menu options, including specialty white spicy chicken and Greek pizzas, are expected to move over with NY Pizza Palace to its new location at 2141 W. Park Blvd., Plano, where Fino Italian Bistro was previously. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Current menu options, including specialty white spicy chicken and Greek pizzas, are expected to move over with NY Pizza Palace to its new location at 2141 W. Park Blvd., Plano, where Fino Italian Bistro was previously. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Current menu options, including specialty white spicy chicken and Greek pizzas, are expected to move over with NY Pizza Palace to its new location at 2141 W. Park Blvd., Plano, where Fino Italian Bistro was previously. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

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Plano

NY Pizza Palace moving to Plano from Addison area

NY Pizza Palace is relocating to Plano in late April. The restaurant, currently located just north of the Addison border in Dallas, serves authentic New York-style pizza.

Keller-Roanoke-Northeast Fort Worth



North Fort Worth furniture store Design A Sofa focuses on customer satisfaction

After two decades of working in the big-box furniture industry, Stephanie Gingras had an epiphany. She said she knew she could provide the same service, but better.

Boca 31 in Keller home to dynamic blend of Latin American cuisines

When Andres Meraz opened Boca 31 in Keller in 2018, he didn’t realize how different the restaurant would need to be from his Denton location that had opened two years earlier. The Keller location is in a strip center, not a freestanding building, which makes it harder to notice, he said. The local demographics are different, too.

Grapevine-Colleyville-Southlake

American Bear Logistics opens hub in Southlake

American Bear Logistics opened a new southwest regional hub of operations in March at the Southlake Business Park, 419 Bank St., Southlake. The Chicago-based global logistics supplier specializes in ocean and land freight transport.

Richardson

Salad and Go brings drive-thru concept to Richardson

Salad and Go is expected to open its first Richardson location this spring. The drive-thru concept eatery will offer made-to-order salads, wraps, breakfast burritos, soups and drinks at 850 E. Campbell Road, Richardson.

Ethiopian eatery Addis Abeba brings communal cuisine to Richardson

Tucked away in the Richardson Heights Shopping Center is one of only a few Ethiopian restaurants in the city. Addis Abeba, which opened in 2006, offers authentic food from Ethiopia, a landlocked country on the eastern edge of Africa.

Lewisville-Flower Mound-Highland Village

Steadfast Fitness and Performance finds new home in Lewisville

A Steadfast Fitness and Performance personal training facility opened in Lewisville on March 11 after moving from Coppell. It offers group classes and boot camps as well as individualized fitness and nutrition programs for professional and amateur athletes.

Church of the Resurrection temporarily relocates to Cross Timbers Family YMCA

Church of the Resurrection, an Anglican church in Flower Mound, has moved from its previous location on Morriss Road. The church will host Easter services at its temporary location at the Cross Timbers Family YMCA gymnasium, 2021 Cross Timbers Road. There will be a livestream service for Palm Sunday on March 28 and an in-person Easter Sunday service April 4.

Kira Lovell, Liesbeth Powers, Ian Pribanic, Sandra Sadek and Olivia Lueckemeyer contributed to this report.