Read the latest business and community news from the Greater Houston area.
Cy-Fair business Suzybeez Bakery featured on Netflix series ‘Sugar Rush’
Tom and Caty Johnston, owners of Suzybeez Bakery in Cy-Fair, were featured on the newest season of “Sugar Rush,” a fast-paced competitive baking show on Netflix.
Crystal Lagoon offers back-to-school bundle, new amenities to public
The United States’ largest Crystal Lagoons amenity, located at Lago Mar in Texas City, is offering additional activities and a back-to-school bundle for the public, according to an Aug. 12 news release.
30 Minute Hit to open women's-only boxing gym in Humble area
30 Minute Hit, a women’s-only boxing facility, will open a new location Aug. 17 at 8650 N. Sam Houston Parkway E., Ste. 160, Humble. The national fitness franchise offers women the chance to move through 13 stations that incorporate boxing, kickboxing and self-defense training with the help of guided instructors.
The Beehive Boutique & Garden coming to New Caney
The Beehive Boutique & Garden will open in the fall at 20334 US 59, New Caney. The boutique will sell home goods and garden items.
Five Below to open in New Caney
Five Below will open this fall at 21422 Marketplace Drive, New Caney, according to a press release from the the Signorelli Co.
COVID-19 brings Tomball's 2020 festival season to a halt
The city of Tomball announced Aug. 14 all city events for the remainder of 2020 have been canceled because of the ongoing threat of the COVID-19 pandemic and the uncertainty of when Harris County officials may lift guidelines limiting large gatherings, according to a city news release.
Just Love Coffee Cafe coming to Tomball this fall
Tomball residents Tamara and Jon Hamilton will open Just Love Coffee Cafe at 13727 Sunset Canyon Drive, Ste. 400, Tomball, in October. The neighborhood cafe will offer hand-roasted coffees and a full menu, including breakfast, lunch and dinner items—ranging from soup and salad to wraps and desserts, Tamara said.
Señor Burrito Company now serving street tacos on Main Street
Mobile food truck Señor Burrito Company opened for business in Tomball on Aug. 5. Located in 403 Eats, a food truck park at 403 E. Main St., Tomball, the Southern California-based eatery serves authentic Mexican fare, such as street tacos, burritos and carne asada fries, among other items.
Here’s which restaurants are adding more outdoor seating using Houston’s new parking space rules
After Houston City Council voted to allow restaurants to convert up to 50% of parking spaces into outdoor dining areas, restaurants are beginning to seize the opportunity.
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New Bank of America Advanced Center promotes digital banking in Sugar Land
Bank of America opened an Advanced Center at 11563 S. Hwy. 6, Sugar Land, on Aug. 3.
Advanced Centers are not staffed with full-time bankers. Instead, digital greeters assist customers with their transactions or connect them to banking specialists via video conference.
Holiday Inn Express & Suites now open on FM 1960
A new Holiday Inn Express & Suites opened at 1010 FM 1960, Houston, on July 1. The new four-floor, 83-room hotel is located within close proximity to George Bush Intercontinental Airport, and amenities include a pool, free breakfast, guest laundry, meeting room space and complimentary airport shuttle service, among others.
Taste The Asian Mobile Food Trailer brings family together, blends cultures and cuisines
The Taste the Asian Mobile Food Trailer in Conroe is a family affair for the Chengs.
Husband and wife San and Kelly Cheng are the owners, but Kelly runs the day-to-day operations with their daughter, Khalia, a high school junior. They also get help from their nieces Jessica and Kalyssa. The food they serve—a combination of San’s Cambodian and Kelly’s Laotian heritage with classic Southern dishes—is influenced by their mothers’ cooking.
Bludorn sets opening date in former Pass & Provisions, Antone's building
Chef Aaron Bludorn’s eponymous Bludorn restaurant, in the works at 807 Taft St., Houston, since January, has set an opening date for Aug. 21.
Mask-break areas, limited capacity: Texas Renaissance Festival unveils health guidelines for 46th season
The Texas Renaissance Festival has released its health and safety guidelines for the upcoming festival season, which runs Oct. 3-Nov. 29 in Todd Mission, just north of Magnolia.
Kelly Schafler, Anna Lotz, Claire Shoop, Danica Lloyd, Hannah Zedaker, Matt Dulin, Colleen Ferguson, Andy Li, Emma Whalen and Adriana Rezal contributed to this report.