Amber and Cam Wilson opened Sunday Dinner on July 9 at 330 N. Main St., Conroe, with the help of their business partners Jerry and Joley Vineyard. The restaurant opened at the former location of the Sisters Cafe, which Wilson previously operated but has since closed. The establishment offers curbside service for family-style takeout, single-serving hot lunches to go as well as a gift shop.

“I love this community so when Sisters Cafe was about to close I went to my pastor Jerry and asked him to pray for me [and my business],” Amber Wilson said. “The next day he gave me a call, Jerry and his wife, Joley, are now our partners so that we could stay at this location and offer something unique. It is such a great concept to get people around the dinner table to enjoy time with their family."

Pies and cakes that were offered at the former Sisters Cafe are also available a la carte at the new business. 936-494-0119.

Other Impacts

NOW OPEN—The Skinny Pig opened in May at 21149 Eva St., Montgomery. The restaurant offers healthy meals, such as skinny bowls and salads, as well as sandwiches, cupcakes, cakes and cake balls. 936-597-4144.

NOW OPEN—Buldogies opened July 2 at 14541 Hwy. 105, Montgomery. The restaurant offers Nathan’s Famous and Hebrew National gourmet hot dogs as well as other county fair-style food. The restaurant features Western decor. 936-588-6688.

NOW OPEN—The Oilerie opened July 16 at 2302 FM 1488, Conroe. The largest hand bottler of extra virgin olive oils in the U.S., The Oilerie features 30 stainless steel tanks filled with extra virgin olive oils, balsamic vinegars and nut oils. 936-321-3737.

COMING SOON—Cold Stone Creamery confirmed the ice cream chain will open its first Magnolia location this fall in the Westwood Village Shopping Center at 32858 FM 2978, Ste. 521, Magnolia. The establishment serves ice cream, cakes, smoothies and shakes.