Here are five Richardson businesses recently in the news. This list is not comprehensive.

Miss Pasta

The restaurant, which recently opened, serves traditional Italian cuisine with regional sauces, according to the company’s social media. Along with wine and dessert, Miss Pasta offers antipasti and pasta dishes.Greenville Avenue Pizza Company

The restaurant is temporarily closing the Richardson location to “relaunch and revamp” the dining experience, a company representative said in an email. The restaurant closed Nov. 26 and will reopen Jan. 25.

While the Richardson location is closed, the two other locations, located on Greenville Avenue and Peavy Road in Dallas, are still open.

Along with pizza, Greenville Avenue Pizza Company also serves salads, sandwiches and pasta.Coco Shrimp

Local seafood chain Coco Shrimp is set to open soon in Richardson.

According to the company’s website, the new location is expected to open in January. However, a spokesperson said it could possibly open in mid-December.

With locations in Fort Worth, Watauga and Denton, Coco Shrimp serves a variety of Hawaiian-inspired shrimp plates and tacos. The company is also planning to open a new location in Keller.Integrity Pools

Integrity Pools is relocating within Richardson.

Located at 1263 N. Plano Road, the pool building and services company is expected to relocate to a larger space at 1050 N. Grove Road by April, according to a filing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. Integrity Pools is a pool building and remodeling business that also offers services such as cleaning and leak detection.Stanton Optical

My Eyelab, an optician and glasses store, rebranded to Stanton Optical, the business’ parent company Now Optics announced on Nov. 14.

According to a news release, the name change was made to meet changing consumer demands and to emphasize the company’s focus on convenience and value. The Richardson store, located in the Lennox Center shopping mall, offers eye exams, affordable glasses frames and more, according to its website.

“What we discovered is post-pandemic eye care shoppers are adapting their buying behaviors to match shifting economic conditions,” said Lukana Justin, senior vice president of marketing at Now Optics, in the news release.