Crafty Crab now open in Cy-Fair and more Houston-area business news

Crafty Crab opened on Hwy. 290 near Jones Road near Jersey Village in late September. (Courtesy Facebook)
Crafty Crab opened on Hwy. 290 near Jones Road near Jersey Village in late September. (Courtesy Facebook)

Crafty Crab opened on Hwy. 290 near Jones Road near Jersey Village in late September. (Courtesy Facebook)

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Cy-Fair

Crafty Crab now open at Hwy. 290 and Jones Road

Crafty Crab opened Sept. 28 at 17460 Hwy. 290, Houston, near the Jones Road intersection.

The eatery specializes in Cajun-style broiled seafood, including crab legs, lobster tail, shrimp, crawfish, clams and mussels. Fried seafood is also available, as are oysters, scallops and gumbo.



Bingo Mojo now open on FM 529 in Cy-Fair

A new 11,000-square-foot bingo hall, Bingo Mojo, opened Sept. 23 at 17249 FM 529, Houston. The facility is offering day bingo each week from Wednesday through Saturday.

Bay Area

Museum says Space Center Houston closure, limited capacity affect local economy

In response to COVID-19, Space Center Houston closed from March 15 to July 17. The closure contributed to the economic downturn the Bay Area experienced, said Meridyth Moore, communications supervisor for the museum.

The Toasted Yolk Cafe coming to League City in former Olympia Grill building

The Toasted Yolk Cafe plans to open in December in League City's Pinnacle Park at 2535 S. Gulf Freeway, League City, at the former site of Olympia Grill, which closed in March 2019.

Lake Houston-Humble-Kingwood

Southwest Airlines sets sights on George Bush Intercontinental Airport


Beginning next year, Southwest Airlines will be soaring into its second Houston-area airport: George Bush Intercontinental Airport. According to an Oct. 12 announcement from the Dallas-based airline, Southwest Airlines is expanding its services in the Houston and Chicago regions next year.

Jersey Mike's Subs to open in Kingwood

Jersey Mike's Subs will open at 30129 Rock Creek Drive, Ste. 800, Kingwood, in November. Jersey Mike’s offers fresh-sliced and fresh-grilled subs on freshly baked bread along with vegetables, such as onions, lettuce and tomatoes, and what is called The Juice—a combination of red wine vinegar and olive oil.

Family-owned eatery Los Hermanos Taquerias sets soft opening date for Atascocita location

Los Hermanos Taquerias hosted a soft opening Oct. 13 at 5006 Atascocita Road, Ste. A, Atascocita.

The Woodlands

Tecovas now offering boots, apparel, leather services at Market Street in The Woodlands

Tecovas, the Austin-based handmade boot and leather goods supplier, opened its newest retail location Oct. 9 at Market Street in The Woodlands.

Gulf Coast-inspired eatery 3rd Coast BBQ & Catering grows with opening of brick-and-mortar location in Spring

Troy and Dee Dee Mulligan, the co-owners of 3rd Coast BBQ & Catering, opened a physical location of the eatery this year in Spring after several years as a side project and then as a local catering service for The Woodlands area.

Spring-Klein

PetSuites Spring to celebrate grand opening Oct. 13

PetSuites Spring will celebrate its grand opening Oct. 13 at 6525 Louetta Road. The new location will offer pet boarding, day care, grooming, and training services for dogs and cats.

Conroe-Montgomery

Partners in Primary Care opening Conroe office in December


Partners in Primary Care will open an office in Conroe in the winter of 2020, according to a June 11 press release. The center will be located at 381 S Loop 336 W., Ste. 900, Conroe.

Tomball-Magnolia

Market Street Cafe celebrates one year of business in Tomball

Market Street Cafe celebrated one year of business at 302 Market St. in Tomball on Oct. 13, according to a Facebook post by the restaurant. The eatery's menu includes a selection of burgers and sandwiches, such as the Boudin Burger, Lamb Burger and Curry Chicken Salad sandwich, in addition to a variety of other entrees, side dishes and desserts.

Adriana Rezal, Eva Vigh, Jake Magee, Andy Li, Ben Thompson, Kelly Schafler, Shawn Arrajj and Hannah Zedaker contributed to this report.



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The new salon specializes in manicures and pedicures as well as waxing and facials. (Courtesy King Nails Cypress)
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Bao Bros. Bistro opened on Hwy. 6 in October, offering steamed bao buns, boba tea and beer. (Courtesy Bao Bros. Bistro)
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Krab Kingz is now open in Cypress. (Courtesy Krab Kingz)
Krab Kingz opens Cypress storefront

Krab Kingz entered a soft opening phase Jan. 14 at 12640 Telge Road, Ste. D, Cypress.

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