Here is a roundup of recent business news from the Clear Lake, Webster and Seabrook areas.
Dimassi’s Mediterranean Buffet opened its first Bay Area location Dec. 11 at 19443 Gulf Freeway, Webster. The eatery serves authentic Mediterranean and halal cuisine with lunch, dinner and weekend buffet menus. It also fulfills catering orders. There are 10 other Houston-area locations, according to Dimassi’s website. 281-724-9805. www.dimassis.com
DentAllon Dentistry opened in December at 1234 NASA Parkway, Houston. The dental practice offers preventive, cosmetic and restorative dentistry services as well as dental implants. League City native Dr. Liel Allon said she wants to provide her community with a high level of knowledge and comfort, according to DentAllon’s website. 832-975-0780. www.dentallondentistry.com
The Healthy Crave opened in mid-October at 3136 NASA Parkway, Ste. B1, Seabrook. The smoothie bar features healthy snacks, more than 70 smoothie flavors, and more than 30 energy- and metabolism-boosting drinks. Its staff also offers nutritional coaching. 281-549-6756. www.thehealthycrave.com
Scoop Craft Creamery opened at 937 W. Bay Area Blvd., Webster, in mid-February. The creamery sells premium ice cream made in-house as well as an assortment of milkshakes, cookies and coffee drinks. www.scoophtx.com
YogaSix opened a Clear Lake studio location in mid-January at 5440 El Dorado Blvd., Ste. 200, Houston. Six different types of yoga classes are offered, and they are all being held outdoors and virtually, per the YogaSix website. As part of YogaSix's COVID-19 protocols, participants must bring their own mat and props to each session, and instructors do not make hands-on adjustments during classes. 832-917-0100. www.yogasix.com/location/clearlake-reserve
Deep Waters Academy will open this fall at Hope Church at 770 Pineloch Drive, Houston. As a University-Model School, the academy offers a hybrid education to students in grades K-6 in which in-person education occurs twice a week. The academy aims to partner with Christian parents in the education and formation of their children, Head of School Amelia Chiara said. 281-694-5582. www.deepwatersacademy.org