Several business have debuted in Rice Village this fall, while renovations are also nearing completion on a nearby art gallery space. Read below to find seven recent business announcements in the area.

Gremillion on Sunset

The first phase of the redevelopment of Gremillion on Sunset—formerly known as Gremillion & Co. Fine Art, Inc.—was completed in September at 2501 Sunset Blvd., Houston. Renovations at the building, which formerly served only as an art gallery, include an updated second-floor art gallery space, a split-level art annex and an open-air courtyard. Gremillion private dining facilities are projected to open in January.Norigami

The first permanent location of the sushi hand roll eatery opened Sept. 21 at 2715 Bissonnet St., West University Place. The concept comes from the Hidden Group, which also runs Hidden Omakase. The venue is designed to recreate the ambiance of urban Tokyo and features an intimate dining area and speakeasy-style bar that both seat 24 guests. Hand rolls options include yellowtail with cucumber and agua chile; spicy scallops with chili garlic aioli, yuzu tobiko and avocado; and toro featuring jicama and fried leeks. At the bar, guests can find signature cocktails, wine, sake, beer and champagne.Black Walnut Kitchen & Bar

The Black Walnut Cafe location at 5510 Morningside Drive, Ste. 150, Houston, reopened in early October as Black Walnut Kitchen & Bar with a renovated dining space and new menus. Renovations included a widened covered patio, brighter ambiance in the dining room, and new furnishings and fixtures. New menu items include the lobster truffle pasta, beef and lamb bolognese, spindle-spun shakes and housemade vanilla bean ice cream.Mizzen+Main

The athletic dress shirt maker opened a new storefront in Rice Village Nov. 10 as part of an expansion in the Houston area. The performance menswear brand offers outerwear, golf and other apparel lines.Lululemon

The new store offers the brand's signature items, including activewear, loungewear and footwear. In-store services include hemming, returns and exchanges.Kelsey-Seybold

A new clinic will open in early 2024 that will be focused on health care services for women. The 15,000-square-foot clinic at 2414 University Blvd., Ste. 200, Houston, will be on the second-floor of the shopping center. It will initially have up to six women’s health providers specializing in gynecology, OB/GYN and urology, with plans to add specialists in dermatology and cosmetic dermatology. Patients will have access to on-site diagnostic services, including laboratory and ultrasound, and an extensive referral network of Kelsey-Seybold specialists with offices at neighboring clinics.Tsao Cha

The national chain will offer natural bubble teas made with fresh fruit ingredients, desserts, and fried chicken and waffles.