8 new businesses opening this fall in Cy-Fair

Dog Haus Biergarten specializes in craft hot dogs and burgers. It will feature a dog-friendly patio, big-screen televisions and a full bar. (Courtesy Dog Haus Biergarten
Dog Haus Biergarten specializes in craft hot dogs and burgers. It will feature a dog-friendly patio, big-screen televisions and a full bar. (Courtesy Dog Haus Biergarten

Dog Haus Biergarten specializes in craft hot dogs and burgers. It will feature a dog-friendly patio, big-screen televisions and a full bar. (Courtesy Dog Haus Biergarten

Despite challenges local businesses may be facing due to the coronavirus pandemic, new small businesses continue to open in the Cy-Fair area. The Oaks Veterinary Clinic, Pizza Guerrin, 1101 Southern Kitchen and Division One Nutrition are a few of the small businesses to open their doors in recent months.


Several national franchises, including In-N-Out Burger and Burlington, also opened new locations in the community this summer. Residents have even more openings to look forward to this fall:

  1. The Comic Vault: The local comic shop owners said they plan to open a second location this fall at 15210 West Road, Houston.

  2. Crumbl Cookies: Known for its weekly rotating menu of specialty cookies, Crumbl Cookies is set to open next month at 9945 Barker Cypress Road, Cypress.

  3. Dog Haus Biergarten: Gourmet hot dogs, burgers, sausages and beers will be on the menu at the new Copperfield location, expected to open by year’s end at 8422 Hwy. 6, Houston.

  4. First Watch: The breakfast and lunch eatery is slated to open by the end of the year at 9915 Barker Cypress Road, Cypress.

  5. Just Love Coffee Cafe: A new coffee shop featuring breakfast, lunch and dinner will open this fall at 13727 Sunset Canyon Drive, Ste. 400, Tomball.

  6. Mex Taco House: The Telge Road taco spot is expanding to a second location this year at 25410 Hwy. 290, Cypress.

  7. Nekter Juice Bar: Officials with the new juice and smoothie bar plan to open this fall at 9915 Barker Cypress Road, Ste. 165, Cypress.

  8. Tiff’s Treats: Set to open in November at 13126 FM 1960, Ste. 145, Houston, the shop specializes in fresh-baked cookies and other sweet treats.

By Danica Lloyd
Danica joined Community Impact Newspaper as a Cy-Fair reporter in May 2016 after graduating with a journalism degree from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. She became editor of the Cy-Fair edition in March 2020 and continues to cover education, local government, business, demographic trends, real estate development and nonprofits.


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