LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch, an outdoor shopping center located at 23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd., Katy, will see the opening of two new businesses by early 2024 following the reopening of Teal Poppy boutique in June.

Teal Poppy is local women owned and offers ​​a selection of women’s clothing, handmade jewelry, bags and other accessories. LaCenterra is already home to a mix of retailers, restaurants and service tenants, such as Sephora, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema and the Crack Shack.

Shoppers can expect Kilwins to join these retailers in the fall. Kilwins is a sweets shop with an open kitchen—selling candy, fudge, ice cream and other goodies. It will occupy a 1,014-square-foot space next to Starbucks.

Additionally, Nando’s restaurant is anticipated to open in early 2024. Located in a 2,754-square-foot space next to Jamba Juice, the restaurant specializes in South African peri-peri flame-grilled chicken. Peri peri, also known as African bird’s eye chili, is a spicy seasoning and natural preservative used in the Nando’s sauces.

What they're saying

“We are thrilled to be welcoming two incredible new tenants to LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch, expanding our restaurant and food offerings for the Katy community,” said Norma Garza, general manager for LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch, in a July 20 news release. “We look forward to celebrating Kilwins and Nando’s openings and know that they will soon be crowd favorites.”