IMPACTS ROUNDUP: Gyro King now open in Webster and more

Gyro King (courtesy city of Webster)
Gyro King (courtesy city of Webster)

Gyro King (courtesy city of Webster)

Here is a roundup of local business news in Clear Lake and League City.

Now Open

Gyro King opened in early November at 528 Bay Area Blvd., Ste. 600, Webster. The restaurant offers Mediterranian food, including gyros, meats over rice, salads, sides, desserts and fresh fruit and vegetable juices. The eatery has four other locations throughout Houston. 281-575-0700. www.gyroking.com

Pizza Lounge opened a new location at 4450 E. Sam Houston Parkway, Ste. A, Pasadena, in late October. The restaurant, which also has a Houston location near Pearland, serves soups, salads, sandwiches, pasta, desserts, beer, wine and pizza. The family-owned eatery has been operating since 2014. 832-831-2939. www.pizzaloungetogo.com

Anniversaries


The Caroline Luxury Apartments, 1235 E. NASA Parkway, Houston, in November celebrated its one-year anniversary. This 334-unit multifamily facility offers resort-style accommodations, including three pools, outdoor kitchens, business and fitness centers, a pet-grooming station, covered parking and more. 832-224-9696. www.thecaroline.com
By Jake Magee
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