Learn more about six of these new businesses below.
1. Southern Fades is now open at 18021 Longenbaugh Drive, Ste. 1A, Cypress. This barber shop opened March 1 and specializes in men's grooming needs with all-natural, plant-based products. Walk-ins are accepted. 832-657-4975. www.southernfades.com
2. Evolution Gaming & Repair is coming soon to 18021 Longenbaugh Drive, Ste. 3A, Cypress. This gaming and repair shop is expected to open April 1. Services provided include technology repairs for laptops and game consoles, computer processing unit installations, storage drive installation, heatsink installation, power supply installation, and graphics processing unit installations. This location also provides customers with a gaming lounge. After the grand opening, owner Jose Arana said there are plans for a Super Smash tournament. 281-401-9459. www.evogamingandrepair.com
3. Signs and Graphics will be open for business March 20 at 18021 Longenbaugh Drive, Ste. 5A, Cypress. Services include printing, window decals, window tinting, vehicle wrap and storefront signage.
“We are your solution, a leader in the signage industry. We fabricate a wide variety of signs from attractive storefront signs to powerful monuments and anything you could dream up,” owner Hamlet Arango said. www.signs7graphics.com
4. Dapper Dogs Premier Grooming is expecting to open a new location at 18021 Longenbaugh Drive, Ste. 8A, Cypress, on April 1. This business provides customers with professional grooming services through appointments. Self-bathing stations are also available. Instead of kennels, the business uses playpens for dogs to enjoy while they wait for owners to pick them up. 346-218-1505. www.dapperdogspremiergrooming.com
5. Stewart Golf, a golf trolley company, is coming soon to 18021 Longenbaugh Drive, Ste. 1B, Cypress. This customer care center will be open for business April 10. The business performs advisory via email and phone and provides warranty and maintenance to clients in the United States. www.stewartgolfusa.com
6. Simi and Temi is expected to open for business in early April at 18021 Longenbaugh Drive, Ste. 6B, Cypress. This location will operate exclusively online offering customers a variety of pepper mixes for authentic African meals. Though this business used to be a restaurant, the demands of running a restaurant became too difficult due to family circumstances, officials said. Simi and Temi continues to share Nigerian culture through its pepper mixes and recipes shared on its website. www.simiandtemi.com