Karma Kolache opens in Cy-Fair; Wing It On in Spring coming March 11 and more Houston-area news

The new store is the fifth location for the local kolache shop. (Courtesy Karma Kolache)
The new store is the fifth location for the local kolache shop. (Courtesy Karma Kolache)

The new store is the fifth location for the local kolache shop. (Courtesy Karma Kolache)

Read the latest business and community news from the Greater Houston area.

Cy-Fair

Karma Kolache celebrates opening of new location on Cypresswood Drive

The fifth location of gourmet kolache and doughnut shop Karma Kolache held a grand opening event March 6 at 10211 Cypresswood Drive, Ste. 100, Houston—the former location of Pin’s Donuts.

Bellaire-Meyerland-West University



West U updates: Business activity to know in and around West University Place

There has been a surge of business activity in and around West University Place, including Rice Village and closer to Texas Medical Center.

Lake Houston-Humble-Kingwood

Dunkin' debuts new location on Northpark Drive in Kingwood

A Dunkin' opened March 4 at 991 Northpark Drive, Kingwood. The new location features the chain bakery's new modern design; drive-thru lanes; and a new tap system offering eight signature drinks, such as coffees, iced teas, cold brew and nitro infused cold brew, according to a news release. Dunkin' serves doughnuts, sandwiches and other baked goods.

Tomball-Magnolia

Buttercup Bakery coming soon to Main Street in Tomball

Buttercup Bakery is slated to open at 411 W. Main St., Tomball, in mid-April, according to owner Kristina Guilbeau. The bakery will offer a rotating menu of items, such as cake slices, cupcakes and brownies. Buttercup Bakery will also offer orders for special events, such as weddings.

Conroe-Montgomery

New pet store, wellness clinic: 4 business happenings in Conroe, Montgomery, Willis

Brilliant Paws opened Jan. 4 at 9521 FM 1097 W. Ste. A, Willis. The locally owned business carries specialty pet foods, treats and pet supplies as well as full-service grooming and self-wash stations.

Spring-Klein

Wing It On to open first Texas location March 11 in Spring

New England-based Wing It On will open its first Texas location at 7316 Louetta Road, Ste. B303, Spring, on March 11, according to a March 8 press release.

Andy Li, Danica Lloyd, Hunter Marrow, Adriana Rezal, Kelly Schafler and Eva Vigh contributed to this report.



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