Sticky Rice opens in Richardson; Filipino restaurant, grocery coming to Keller and more DFW-area news

Sticky Rice opened its new Richardson location March 15. (William C. Wadsack/Community Impact Newspaper)
Sticky Rice opened its new Richardson location March 15. (William C. Wadsack/Community Impact Newspaper)

Sticky Rice opened its new Richardson location March 15. (William C. Wadsack/Community Impact Newspaper)

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Richardson

Sticky Rice now serving Thai, Laotian dishes in Richardson

Sticky Rice opened March 15 at 120 W. CityLine Drive, Ste. 500, Richardson. The family-owned restaurant serves authentic, fresh Thai and Laotian cuisine.

Painting With a Twist marks 5 years in Richardson



Painting With a Twist celebrated its fifth anniversary at 819 W. Arapaho Road, Richardson, in December. The business offers paint-and-sip classes and events for artists of all skill levels and ages.

Top Notch Dentistry now serving patients in Richardson

Top Notch Dentistry opened in January at 670 W. Campbell Road, Ste. 120, Richardson. The practice’s dental team of Dr. Pouya Golbandi and Dr. Sanaz Harounpour offer preventive care services, dental implants, teeth whitening, emergency services and more.

Keller-Roanoke-Northeast Fort Worth

Filipino restaurant, grocery Tindahan ni Kuya coming soon to Keller

Tindahan ni Kuya, a Filipino restaurant and grocery store, will open soon at 801 S. Main St., Ste. 101, in Keller, the former location of Sno Dash Frozen Treats. The restaurant will have indoor and outdoor seating and serve authentic Filipino cuisine, while the grocery store will sell canned goods and packaged snacks as well as frozen, imported meat and fish.

Pressure Nutrition now open in Roanoke

Pressure Nutrition, a shake, tea and smoothie bar, officially opened in December at 1108 N. US 377, in Roanoke. The menu also includes seasonal and daily specials, such as a lemon berry shake and an iced cookie crumble protein coffee.

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Furniture and decor rental service Fernish coming soon to Grapevine

Fernish, a direct-to-consumer furniture and decor rental service, will begin serving the Dallas-Fort Worth area out of their Grapevine-based warehouse starting April 1. The company lets customers rent home office setups, full bedrooms or single furniture items.

Frisco

West African fusion restaurant coming to Frisco late this spring

Gidi's Bar & Grill, a new African fusion restaurant serving a blend of international cuisine, is scheduled to open its doors on Memorial Day weekend. Fans of jollof rice and other dishes typical of West African cuisine can check it out late this spring at 4350 Main St., Ste. 165, Frisco.

Consignment Crush celebrates 1 year of furnishing funky thrift items in Frisco

In January, Consignment Crush celebrated one year of business nestled in the heart of Frisco's Rail District at at 6811 Oak St. The boutique consignment shop sells gently used furniture, art, glassware, trinkets and home decor.

William C. Wadsack, Kira Lovell, Sandra Sadek and Francesca D’Annunzio contributed to this report.



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