New and coming soon Bay Area businesses

Courtesy Exclusive Furniture
Courtesy Exclusive Furniture

Courtesy Exclusive Furniture

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Courtesy Tiff's Treats
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Courtesy Good Sense Provisions
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Courtesy Moon Valley Nursery
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Courtesy Amerisleep
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Courtesy Pet Supplies Plus

CLOTHES/SHOES


1) Charming Charlie

500 Baybrook Mall, Friendswood

www.charmingcharlie.com

Coming March 2020

2) Good Sense Provisions


913 Hardesty Ave., Seabrook

281-799-9736

www.goodsenseprovisions.com

3) Modern Affinity Bridal

828 W. FM 646, Ste. E, League City

281-656-4001

www.modernaffinitybridal.com

FOOD/BEVERAGE


4) Balanced Body Nutrition

140 W. Bay Area Blvd., Webster

281-560-3370

www.facebook.com/pg/bbnutrition281

5) Main Squeeze Juice Co.

820 W. Bay Area Blvd., Webster

832-932-3938

www.mainsqueezejuiceco.com

6 Penny’s Beer Garden

1001 N. FM 646, Dickinson

832-315-6263

www.pennysbeergarden.com

7) Reserve Wine & Spirits

1915 W. League City Parkway, Ste. 180, League City

404-556-4174

8) Tiff’s Treats

593 W. Bay Area Blvd., Webster

346-278-5800

www.cookiedelivery.com

FURNITURE


9) Altar’d Interiors

1640 E. Main St., League City

281-809-5783

www.altard.com

10) American Furniture Warehouse

21505 Gulf Freeway, Webster

281-672-1199

www.afw.com

11) Amerisleep

500 Baybrook Mall Drive, Friendswood

346-230-2451

www.amerisleep.com

12) Exclusive Furniture

21000 Gulf Freeway, Webster

832-924-6550

www.exclusivefurniture.com

13) Farmhouse Furniture

2100 E. NASA Parkway, Ste. 160, Seabrook

281-339-7990

www.facebook.com/farmhouse-furnture-by-ls-creations-4684127033515361

HEALTH


14) Gulf Coast CBD American Shaman

1325 Clear Lake City Blvd., Houston

346-230-7097

www.gulfcoastcbdamericanshaman.com

15) Imperial Wellness

500 Baybrook Mall Drive, Friendswood

832-451-7662

www.imperialwellnesscbd.com

HOBBIES


16) Gulf Coast Archery

1424 W. NASA Parkway, League City

713-472-2000

www.gulfcoastarchery.com

17) Jenuine Treasures

902 Hardesty Ave., Seabrook

281-389-9518

www.facebook.com/jenuinetreasures

18) Moon Valley Nursery

402 FM 646, League City

www.moonvalleynurseries.com

19) Texas Artisan

2800 Marina Bay Drive, Ste. E1, League City

832-385-6246

www.texas-artisan.com

20) Dollar Tree

2000 Bayport Blvd., Seabrook

www.dollartree.com

Coming 2020

PETS


21) Pet Supplies Plus

16915 El Camino Real, Houston

281-984-7284

www.petsuppliesplus.com

22) Wild Kingdom Pet Supplies

3311 E. FM 518, Ste. 100, League City

281-957-9170

www.wildkingdompetsupplies.com
By Jake Magee

Editor, Bay Area & Pearland/Friendswood

Jake has been a print journalist for several years, covering numerous beats including city government, education, business and more. Starting off at a daily newspaper in southern Wisconsin, Magee covered two small cities before being promoted to covering city government in the heart of newspaper's coverage area. He moved to Houston in mid-2018 to be the editor for and launch the Bay Area edition of Community Impact Newspaper. Today, he covers everything from aerospace to transportation to flood mitigation.


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