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Edith's French Bistro in Richardson makes comeback post shutdown

After months of scarce business, Edith's French Bistro is glad to return to some sense of normalcy at each of its three locations, Richardson manager Steven Brantley said.

With more traffic coming in at each location, the restaurant has been able to return to its full menu and move away from some specials that were less profitable.

Holistic dentistry practice Flourish Dental Boutique opens in Richardson

Flourish Dental Boutique opened June 1 at 1415 State St., Ste. 800, Richardson. The holistic, all-natural practice offers general dentistry services and dental surgery. The business, which is accepting new patients, was supposed to open in February but was delayed due to the pandemic. On Sept. 4, Dr. Toni Engram will offer a “Free Dentistry Day,” which includes a free consultation and exam and either one filling, one cleaning or one extraction. The event will be on a first-come, first-served basis and goes from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.


Canine Cookie Co. moves to larger space in downtown McKinney

The Canine Cookie Co. moved over the summer three doors down to share a space with Kitchenwares on the Square, which also relocated over the summer.

Lewisville-Flower Mound-Highland Village

Ulta Beauty opens store, salon at Lewisville's Vista Ridge Plaza

Ulta Beauty opened a new location Aug. 14 at 420 E. Round Grove Road, Ste. 425, Lewisville. The store and salon offers beauty products as well as hair and eyebrow appointments.


Heritage Farmstead Museum to reopen for small group tours in Plano

The Heritage Farmstead Museum is expected to reopen to the public Sept. 2.

Since closing in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, the farm has added 10 new lambs and a new pig.

Small groups will be allowed on the grounds on Wednesday and Thursdays. These visits will be offered at a limited capacity and will not include a house tour, according to an Aug. 29 release.

Keller-Roanoke-Northeast Fort Worth

Potbelly now closed at Presidio Crossing in Northeast Fort Worth

A Potbelly sandwich shop in the Presidio Crossing shopping center closed in July.

The shop, located at 8901 North Freeway, Ste. 101, Fort Worth, served a variety of sandwiches, soups, salads and more.

Olivia Lueckemeyer, Daniel Houston, Liesbeth Powers and Miranda Jaimes contributed to this report.