5 businesses and restaurants now open or coming soon in Spring and Klein

Buzzlesu2019 menu includes more than 100 flavors.

Buzzlesu2019 menu includes more than 100 flavors.

October brought a flurry of business activity in Spring and Klein, including new openings in Springwoods Village, on Kuykendahl Road and on FM 2920. Here are a few highlights from the month's business and restaurant news.



  1. Natural Pawz opened in Springwoods Village on Oct. 27


Natural Pawz opened its 18th Southeast Texas location on Oct. 27 at 2174 Spring Steubner Road, Spring. Natural Pawz is based in Texas and owned by Biff Picone and Nadine Joli-Coeur. The pet store offers wholesome foods, natural supplements, unique treats and fun toys. www.naturalpawz.com





2. Krav'n Cajun opened on FM 2920 on Oct. 6
Krav’n Cajun opened at 3730 FM 2920, Ste. 101, Spring, on Oct. 6.
The restaurant offers a variety of Cajun and Creole dishes, including gumbo, etouffee, jambalaya, po’boy sandwiches, fried seafood, beef, chicken, tacos and red beans and rice. 832-299-6775





3. Buzzles Shaved Ice will open a new store in November
Buzzles Shaved Ice will open a new location at the intersection of Spring Cypress and Kuykendahl roads in November. This is the store’s third Spring location and fourth overall location. The shop offers shaved ice with over 100 flavors for customers to choose from. www.buzzlesshavedice.com





4. Which Wich opened a new Spring location on Oct. 23
Which Wich opened Oct. 23 at 20444 Kuykendahl Road, Ste. C, Spring. The Dallas-based fast-casual eatery specializes in sandwiches, salads and wraps. Customers can choose from a selection of meat, cheese, toppings and bread to customize their sandwiches. 832-791-5190. www.whichwich.com





5. Popular eatery Lasagna House re-opened on FM 1960
Lasagna House opened in late September at 217 FM 1960 W., Ste. D, Houston. The Italian restaurant closed two years ago because of damage from an electrical fire at a neighboring business. The restaurant serves lasagna, pizza, pasta and other Italian fare. It also offers catering. 281-580-7797. www.facebook.com/lasagnahouse1960


By Vanessa Holt
A resident of the Houston area since 2011, Vanessa began working in community journalism in her home state of New Jersey in 1996. She joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2016 as a reporter for the Spring/Klein edition and became editor of that paper in March 2017 and editor of The Woodlands edition in January 2019.


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