Here are some businesses and restaurants that have recently opened or are coming soon in the Katy area.

Now open

Twenty Five Teishoku House,
a restaurant that credits its simplistic menu for its namesake, is now open in Katy as of Jan. 17.

Wenbing Huang—founder, chef and chief experience officer—wrote that he leads his team to provide a memorable experience for each guest who visits Twenty Five by advocating for attention to detail.

Spavia opened a new location at Cinco Ranch in Katy on March 24. The name, which combines "spa" and "via," means a route or journey toward wellness—according to the brand’s website.

Since 2016, Katy residents have anticipated the opening of Katy Crossing Icehouse, the first-ever family-style bar located in downtown Katy proper, on the corner of Avenue C and Second Street.

That wait ended Feb. 12, when Bill Fanning, the owner of the establishment, opened the doors at 5733 Second St. to residents and visitors in Katy.

Coming soon

Kiku Ramen + Boba
is expected to come to Stableside located at the intersection of Gaston Road and Falcon Landing Boulevard in Katy, according to an April 10 press release from Houston-based commercial real estate company NewQuest Properties.

Dos Tacos, a restaurant offering authentic street tacos with vegan and vegetarian options, will open in Katy in July.

Owner Omar Aceves said his business model is to incorporate quality ingredients, passion, resilience and a “bit of stubbornness” to prove the American dream is still alive. He said he has plans to expand the restaurant all over the United States.

Mango Mango Dessert is planning to open its second Houston-area location in July or August at the Katy Asiantown marketplace.