Businesses relocate, pool opens: News from Greater Houston

Read the latest business and community updates from the Houston area.

Tomball-Magnolia

The Meating Place BBQ & Bakery relocates to Magnolia


After three years at 35421 Hwy. 249 in Pinehurst, The Meating Place BBQ & Bakery will move to 41902 FM 1774 in Magnolia. The restaurant is expected to open during the first week of July.

Havana House relocates to new Magnolia location



Havana House relocated from 33418 Lago Vista Real to 5111 FM 1488, Magnolia, on June 6. The restaurant serves a variety of dishes from Cuban sandwiches to pastries and even custom Cuban Cakes. Havana House also offers catering services.

Bay Area

Seabrook opens public pool with COVID-19 restrictions

Pelican Bay, the town of Seabrook’s public swimming pool at 1109 Hammer St., Seabrook, opened for the season June 9 after approval from City Council with updated COVID-19 procedures.

Pearland-Friendswood

Pearland mayor issues order requiring face coverings in businesses


Pearland Mayor Tom Reid signed an order requiring people to wear masks inside businesses, the city announced in a June 25 press release.

Interim HealthCare regional headquarters move to Pearland

Interim HealthCare has moved its regional headquarters to the Trinity Professional Building in Pearland, located at 1920 Country Place Parkway, Pearland.

Cy-Fair

Poppa’s PoBoys food truck now open in Cypress


A new food truck called Poppa’s PoBoys launched in Cypress on May 30 serving up Louisiana-style po’boy sandwiches, burgers, wraps, seafood baskets, fries and boudin balls.

Houston

Houston Heights Association to host weekly blood drives in July

After holding five blood drives as of June 26, the Houston Heights Association is now committing to weekly drives in partnership with the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center for the month of July.

Dylan Sherman, Colleen Ferguson, Haley Morrison, Matt Dulin and Danica Lloyd contributed to this report.


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