ROUNDUP: Business news from Friendswood, Bay Area

Here is the latest business news in southeast Houston, including a new sushi fusion food trailer and the expansion of a substance use treatment center. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Here is the latest business news in southeast Houston, including a new sushi fusion food trailer and the expansion of a substance use treatment center. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Here is the latest business news in southeast Houston, including a new sushi fusion food trailer and the expansion of a substance use treatment center. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Here is the latest business news in southeast Houston, including a business expansion, business anniversary and new business opening.

Kemah Palms Recovery, located at 1013 Delesandri Lane, Kemah, had a groundbreaking ceremony in November to celebrate its expansion. The substance use treatment center’s expansion will take about six months, said Krystle Allison, director of business development and digital marketing, on Dec. 1. The new building will have a new gym, a kitchen, offices, group rooms and up to 35 more client beds, Allison said. The expansion will help staff keep up with the demand for treatment, which has increased during the pandemic, she said. 855-568-0218. www.kemahpalms.com


CBD & More Shop celebrates one year in Webster in January. Owned by Sam Daredia, the business at 17054 Hwy. 3, Park Plaza 1, Webster, is a retailer of CBD, delta 8, kratom, tobacco, hookah, lighters, incense, candles and more. 832-932-5986. www.facebook.com/cbdnmorewebster

Sushi Bori LLC opened in November at 3210 1/2 FM 528, Friendswood. The food trailer offers sushi dishes with Puerto Rican flavors, such as the Bacalaito Roll. In the eatery’s name, Bori is derived from the word “boricua,” which is synonymous with native Puerto Rican, head chef Ruben Gonzalez said. In total, the eatery offers 11 classic rolls and 19 special rolls, including three deep-fried special rolls. 713-513-0291. https://sushi-bori-llc.business.site
By Colleen Ferguson

Reporter, Bay Area

A native central New Yorker, Colleen worked as an editorial intern with the Cy-Fair and Lake Houston | Humble | Kingwood editions of Community Impact Newspaper before joining the Bay Area team in 2020. She covers public education, higher education, business and development news in southeast Houston. Colleen graduated in 2019 from Syracuse University and the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, where she worked for the university's independent student newspaper The Daily Orange. Her degrees are in journalism and Spanish language and culture. When not chasing a story, Colleen can be found petting cats and dogs, listening to podcasts, swimming or watching true crime documentaries.