ROUNDUP: Here are the latest business and restaurant closures in Richardson

Check out the latest business and restaurant closures in Richardson. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Check out the latest business and restaurant closures in Richardson. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Check out the latest business and restaurant closures in Richardson. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Check out the latest on business and restaurant closings in Richardson since May.

Hipster Baby closes Richardson storefront, moves to online sales

Hipster Baby closed its store in the II Creeks Plaza development in Canyon Creek at the end of June and transitioned to online-only service. The store sells an eclectic variety of infant and toddler clothing and accessories. The business was located at 2701 Custer Creek Parkway, Ste. 714, Richardson. 469-444-0813. www.hipsterbaby.com

Rallye Auto Service shutters Richardson repair shop

Rallye Auto Service closed its downtown location at 103 W. Main St. Richardson, on May 1. The family-owned auto repair shop offers factory scheduled maintenance and repairs on domestic, Asian and European vehicles. Rallye has another location on Hillcrest Road in Dallas. 972-996-7308. www.richardsonautorepairs.com


Nature’s Mercantile + CBD Store closes its Richardson location

Nature’s Mercantile + CBD Store closed its Richardson location at 3613 Shire Blvd., Ste. 150, on July 18 due to a slowdown in business caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The business offered a variety of CBD, or cannabidiol, and health products. The store’s Denton and Hurst locations will remain open. 940-999-4367. www.naturescbdmercantile.com

Zero Degrees shutters in Richardson

Zero Degrees closed its door for the last time June 30 in the Richardson Heights Village Shopping Center, 100 S. Central Expressway, Ste. 52, Richardson. The Asian-Hispanic fusion business served drinks and snacks, such as Mangonada—a mango slushie made with fruit chunks and topped with chamoy and Tajin seasoning—and popcorn chicken with fries. www.zerodegreescompany.com

Tuesday Morning files for bankruptcy; two Richardson locations close

Tuesday Morning Corp. announced May 27 the company has filed for bankruptcy and plans to close Richardson stores at 1750 E. Belt Line Road, Ste. 100, and 819 Arapaho Road, Ste. 14. The Dallas-based retailer known for closeout merchandise is pursuing financial and operational reorganization as a result of "immense strain" from the COVID-19 pandemic and related store closures, according to a release. The company plans to close 230 of its 687 locations, including stores in Dallas, Richardson, Irving, Arlington and Murphy, in a phased approach. 800-457-0099. www.tuesdaymorning.com
By Makenzie Plusnick
Makenzie graduated from Tarleton State University in 2019 with a degree in communications. While in school, she interned at the Weatherford Democrat and was editor of Texan News Service, a news outlet at Tarleton. She enjoys true crime podcasts, riding horses, and spending time with her dog.


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