ROUNDUP: 6 business and restaurant openings, closings in Cy-Fair

Andrew Mitcham will open Senate Avenue Brewing Co. this summer. (Courtesy Senate Avenue Brewing Co.)
Andrew Mitcham will open Senate Avenue Brewing Co. this summer. (Courtesy Senate Avenue Brewing Co.)

Andrew Mitcham will open Senate Avenue Brewing Co. this summer. (Courtesy Senate Avenue Brewing Co.)

So far this summer, a number of businesses and restaurants have either opened or announced plans to open in the Cy-Fair area. Here are six announcements and openings from over the past two months that have caught the attention of Cy-Fair residents.

Now open: Camp Bow Wow opens June 12 on Telge Road in Cypress

Local entrepreneur José Morillo opened Camp Bow Wow on June 12 at 16641 Telge Road, Cypress. The 8,700-square-foot site features 75 cabins for dogs, eight teacup suites, and five indoor and outdoor play spaces. Services include overnight stays, day camps and a 24-hour monitoring system. Morillo owns two other Camp Bow Wow locations in the Houston area. 281-826-9881.

Now open: The Toasted Yolk holds grand opening in Cypress July 20

After experiencing delays in the inspection process, The Toasted Yolk held a grand opening July 20 at 27008 Hwy. 290, Ste. 100, Cypress. The eatery is open from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. daily and serves breakfast, brunch and lunch. Menu items include omelets, pancakes, salads, sandwiches and soups.

Coming soon: Krab Kingz food truck relocating to Cypress storefront

Zee Harrison, owner of Krab Kingz food truck in Cypress, said the eatery is relocating to a brick-and-mortar storefront at 12640 Telge Road, Ste. D, Cypress. The Cajun-style seafood restaurant is slated to open in September after operating for more than a year from 11323 Barker Cypress Road, Cypress.

Coming soon: Crumbl Cookies coming soon to Towne Lake in Cypress

The company is known for its weekly rotating menu featuring warm chocolate chip, chilled sugar and a number of specialty cookies each week. Some of the specialty flavors include Muddy Buddy, raspberry cheesecake, snickerdoodle, s’mores and orange creamsicle.

Coming soon: Jersey Village mayor opens new brewery in town this summer

Located at 16000 Dillard Drive, Ste. F, Jersey Village, the 4,800-square-foot facility will have 12 craft beers on tap; patio games; a large green space for children; and a full kitchen serving pizza, burgers and seafood, among other items.

Closing: Breakfast Brunch Cafe closes Boardwalk Towne Lake location

After operating at 9955 Barker Cypress Road, Ste. 110, Cypress, since October 2016, Breakfast Brunch Cafe officials announced via a Facebook post July 26 the restaurant was permanently closed, effective immediately.
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.


As part of President Joe Biden’s plan to reopen schools safely nationwide, the department’s National School Lunch Program Seamless Summer Option is being expanded beyond the summertime. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
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Desert Industries opened April 15. (Courtesy Desert Industries)
Deseret Industries thrift store now open on FM 1960 in Cy-Fair

The new store opened last week with clothing, home goods and more.

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More than 385,600 vaccine doses have been administered in the Cy-Fair area. (Sandra Sadek/Community Impact Newspaper)
22% of Cy-Fair residents fully vaccinated against COVID-19

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Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo speaks at an April 19 press conference at a mass-vaccination site at NRG Park. (Screenshot courtesy Facebook Live).
Harris County accepting walk-ins for vaccine at NRG Park

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Cy-Fair ISD's mask mandate is set to end June 7. (Courtesy Cy-Fair ISD)
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Vaccinations at any of Kelsey-Seybold Clinic's 26 Greater Houston-area locations are available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. by appointment only at no cost to the individual or family. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
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Harris County residents seeking a COVID-19 vaccine will no longer be required to sign up for a waitlist effective immediately. (Courtesy Texas Children’s Hospital)
COVID-19 vaccines now available on demand in Harris County

The announcement comes as officials say vaccine demand is falling and will soon be in line with supply for the first time.

Customers can find baked goods and more at The Chef's Bag. (Courtesy The Chef's Bag)
The Chef’s Bag market now offering locally made products in Cy-Fair

Chefs Jennifer Burnett and Kevin Mason recently opened a market where community members can purchase products made by local chefs.

Costco Business Centers, of which there are only about 15 in the country, carry different products and provide a different shopping experience to members than do traditional Costco Wholesale stores. (Courtesy Costco Wholesale)
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