Read the latest business and community news from the Houston area.
GALLERY: Take a peek inside newly opened Harvest Market 'grocerant' in Woodforest
Harvest Market opened at 2295 Woodforest Parkway, Montgomery, on Feb. 26, according to Facebook posts from the company. The two-level “grocerant” features a full dining experience and a grocery store with foods from around the world with a focus on health eating. It also features made-to-order food, a bar, curbside pickup, and indoor and outdoor seating for dining.
Conroe diner Honor Cafe seeks to recognize, remember veterans with photos, flags
Model airplanes, American flags and war memorabilia fill the walls of Honor Café, a diner on North Thompson Street. One wall is divided into the different U.S. military branches with photos of veterans beneath the corresponding flag.
Happy Goat Retreat, a luxury outdoor resort, eyes summer opening in Willis
Construction is nearing completion for luxury outdoor resort Happy Goat Retreat, according to Executive Operations Director Kassandra Owens. The retreat is slated to be open to the public at 13651 Shepard Hill Road, Willis, this summer.
New cosmetic services, MMA gym: 5 recent business updates in The Woodlands and northern Spring
Gracie Barra The Woodlands completed its relocation from Rayford Road to a new 7,000-square-foot facility on Richards Road in early January. Now located at 25501 Richards Road, Ste. 101, Spring, the mixed martial arts school offers instruction in Brazilian jiujitsu, Muay Thai, kickboxing, judo and wrestling under owners Janice and Alex Morono.
Top Sushi Tomball celebrates first anniversary amid coronavirus pandemic
According to Janice and Andrew Vu—Tomball residents and the owners of Top Sushi Tomball—surviving the coronavirus pandemic as a new business would not have been possible without quick adaptability, good sushi rolls and a lot of community support.
Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa coming to Fulshear
Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa, a 475-plus-unit massage and facial spa franchise, will open March 5 at 6230 FM 1463, Ste. 650, Fulshear. This will be the spa's first location in Fulshear.
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Bounce Bounce Trampoline Park delays Missouri City opening until summer
Bounce Bounce Trampoline Park has delayed opening its Missouri City location from last summer to this summer due, in part, to the coronavirus pandemic.
Theiss Farms Market owner on winter storm: 'I knew everything was going to die, and it did'
While the livelihoods of farmers have long hinged upon nature and luck, nothing could have prepared local farmers for last week's winter storm, Theiss Farms Market co-owner Dwayne Theiss said.
Iconic River Oaks Theatre at risk of closing
The lease between Landmark Theatres, which owns River Oaks Theatre, and Weingarten Realty is coming to an end, and negotiations to continue the partnership have stalled, ABC13 reported.
Antone’s Po’ Boys to bring new Dr. Hotez sandwich to Houston
Antone’s Famous Po’ Boys is bringing a new “H-Town Originals” sandwich to its three Houston locations in collaboration with Dr. Peter Hotez.
Rothko Chapel marks 50 years with events series
The renovated Rothko Chapel will host a series of virtual events this weekend as the interfaith contemplative space marks its semicentennial.
Heights restaurant Down House has closed
Chris Cusack’s Heights restaurant, coffee shop and bar Down House, 1801 Yale St., Houston, closed Feb. 21 after almost 10 years in business.
Galveston tourism app guides visitors through city’s historically Black institutions, monuments
Those interested in learning more about Black history in Galveston can take self-guided tours via a new app and discover the stories behind various institutions and monuments.
Colleen Ferguson, Adriana Rezal, Eva Vigh, Morgan Theophil, Hannah Zedaker, Matt Dulin, Ben Thompson, Hunter Marrow, ABC 13 and Claire Shoop contributed to this report.