Cy-Fair shopping guide: 34 locally owned businesses in Houston and Jersey Village

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Cy-Fair businesses 2018 | Houston/JV
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Cy-Fair businesses 2018 | Houston/JV
Whether you're looking for home decor items, gifts or hobby shops, there are a variety of locally owned businesses in the Houston and Jersey Village areas. Check out our list of local businesses in the Cypress area here.


Children's



  1. Rattle Tattle
    8492 Hwy. 6 N., Houston
    281-855-4288
    www.rattletattle.com


2. Suga Buga Baby
8525 Jackrabbit Road, Ste. B, Houston
281-213-5038
www.sugabugababy.com

Clothes / shoes


3. Angels’ Attic
11202 Huffmeister Road, Houston
281-955-7683
www.cypressassistance.org

4. Retail Therapy
10782 Grant Road, Houston
281-955-0806
www.retailtherapyresale.com

5. White Rock Country Rags and Doodads
11104 Cypress N. Houston Road, Houston
281-890-7625
www.facebook.com/whiterockcountry

Florists


6. Flower City
9407 FM 1960, Houston
281-955-5555
www.flowercitytx.com

7. Sicola’s Florist
9516 Jones Road, Ste. E, Houston
713-686-6447
www.sicolasflorist.com

Food / beverage


8. Betsy’s Health Foods
11560 FM 1960, Ste. 350, Houston
281-469-9081
www.betsyhealth.com

Gifts


9. That’s Me 3D
10605 Grant Road, Ste. 101, Houston
832-691-2326
www.thatisme3d.com

10. Vintage Gifts and Antiques
11503 Jones Road, Houston
281-897-9577

Hobbies


11. Beadoholique Bead Shop
17311 FM 529, Houston
281-256-0904
www.beadoholique.net

12. Books Abound
11600 Jones Road, Ste. 111, Houston
281-807-5505

13. Dragon’s Lair Comics and Fantasy
21151 Hwy. 249, Ste. A, Houston
832-761-0072
www.dlair.net

14. Fancy Dancer Boutique
18351 Hwy. 249, Ste. F, Houston
281-890-0100
www.facebook.com/fancydancerboutique

15. Houston Motorsports
9550 FM 1960, Houston
281-890-2020
www.houstonyamaha.com

16. Little Craft Place
11911 Jones Road, Ste. 5, Houston
832-604-7103
www.littlecraftplace.com

17. Northwest Cyclery
17464 Hwy. 290, Jersey Village
713-466-1240
www.houstoncyclingcentres.com

18. QuiltWorks
9431 Jones Road, Houston
281-890-3550
www.quiltworkstexas.com

19. Sew Houston
7710 Cherry Park Drive, Ste. F, Houston
832-427-6349
www.sewhouston.com

Home / garden


20. Best Vacuum Shop
17005 FM 529, Houston
281-444-1313
www.bestvacuumshophouston.com

21. Cypress Granite & Tile
11223 Jones Road, Houston
281-469-8453
www.cypressgranitetile.com

22. Habitat for Humanity Restore
13350 Jones Road, Houston
281-890-5585
www.habitatnwhc.org/restore

23. Prime Furniture Houston
10511 FM 1960, Houston
832-688-8770
www.primefurniturehouston.com

Jewelry


24. Cot Jewelers
8652 Hwy. 6 N., Houston
832-964-4298

25. Gold Factory Jewelers
13215 Jones Road, Houston
281-890-0497
www.gfjewelers.com

26. Premier Jewelry
12264 FM 1960 W., Ste. A, Houston
281-955-6855

27. Robert Kirkwood Your Jeweler
12155 Jones Road, Ste. B, Houston
281-477-0936
www.kirkwoodjewelrystorehouston.com

Pets


28. Aqua Aquarium
8805 Jones Road, Ste. A101, Jersey Village
832-768-7330
www.facebook.com/aquaaquariumjv

29. Barks 5th Avenue
10620 FM 1960 W., Houston
281-970-2284
www.barks5thave.com

30. Bones2Go!
8805 Jones Road, Ste. B101, Jersey Village
281-897-8000
www.bones2go.com

31. Fishtopia
17021 FM 529, Houston
832-427-5905
www.facebook.com/fishtopiatexas

32. The Kennel Klub
9040 Hwy. 6 N., Houston
281-809-7748
www.kennelklubhouston.com

33. A Parrot’s Cove
9222 FM 1960 W., Houston
281-469-5455
www.aparrotscove.com

34. Precious & Snoopy Beauty Pet Salon
12779 Jones Road, Ste. 109A, Houston
832-604-6644
www.facebook.com/precious.snoopy
By Shawn Arrajj
Shawn Arrajj serves as the editor of the Cy-Fair edition of Community Impact Newspaper where he covers the Cy-Fair and Jersey Village communities. He mainly writes about development, transportation and issues in Harris County.


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