IMPACT ROUNDUP: Reverie Bakeshop relocates, plus more recent business and dining updates in Richardson

No eggs, dairy or animal byproducts are used in the food made at Reverie Bakeshop. (Courtesy Reverie Bakeshop)
No eggs, dairy or animal byproducts are used in the food made at Reverie Bakeshop. (Courtesy Reverie Bakeshop)

No eggs, dairy or animal byproducts are used in the food made at Reverie Bakeshop. (Courtesy Reverie Bakeshop)

Read the latest business news updates from June.

Reverie Bakeshop moving to new location in Richardson

The bakery offers a variety of vegan cakes and pastries as well as gluten-free options and more.

Dutch Bros Coffee to continue North Texas expansion with Richardson location

With more than 400 locations across 11 states, the Oregon-based drive-thru coffee company serves specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes, teas, a private-label Dutch Bros Blue Rebel energy drink and nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee.


Forno Pizzeria and Grill now open in Richardson for pickup or delivery

In addition to a variety of specialty pizzas, the eatery's menu includes salads, sandwiches, pasta and more.

Storage 365 to open Richardson facility later this year

The facility, which will be located near the corner of South Greenville Avenue and Buckingham Road, is expected to have three to five retail spots that can be leased out for separate businesses underneath the self-storage units.

Texas Family Fitness to open Richardson location

The North Dallas-Richardson location expects to have a kids club, a free weight center, a cardio center, group exercise classes, personal training, showers and hydromassage beds.

Gadget Garage now open under new management

The store, which is located in the Richardson Heights Shopping Center, buys, sells and repairs smartphones, tablets, computers and more.

Centre For Dance relocates studio to Richardson

The business offers a variety of classes for children and adults, including ballet, tap, jazz and hip hop.

William C. Wadsack contributed to this report.


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Animal Services Manager Noura Jammal estimated that roughly 300 animals come into the shelter each month during the summer.