Haidilao Hot Pot opens in Katy; Lambeau’s Sports Bar & Grill coming to Cypress and more Houston-area news

Each Haidilao location features a bar with desserts and appetizers as well as an array of hot pot ingredients and spices. (Courtesy Newquest Properties)
Each Haidilao location features a bar with desserts and appetizers as well as an array of hot pot ingredients and spices. (Courtesy Newquest Properties)

Each Haidilao location features a bar with desserts and appetizers as well as an array of hot pot ingredients and spices. (Courtesy Newquest Properties)

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

Katy

Haidilao Hot Pot opens in Katy

At the hot pot restaurant, which claims to be the “Ferrari of hot pot restaurants,” customers are met with robot servers, dancing noodles, Szechuan hot pot, and seafood and vegetable-based dishes.

Vera Hair Co. now open in Katy



Located at 1227 Grand West Blvd., Bldg. 2, Ste. B206, Katy, the salon offers coloring, extensions, blowouts, children’s cuts and men’s cuts.

Spring-Klein

Sulcata Psychiatry in Vintage Park now scheduling appointments for June

Located in The Work Lodge at 118 Vintage Park Blvd., Ste. W609, Houston, Sulcata Psychiatry will offer a variety of services including psychiatric evaluation, diagnosis and treatment planning; follow-up treatment and medication management; cognitive testing; genetic pharmacology testing; and medical laboratory testing.

Evolve Alchemy moves to larger space on FM 2920 in Spring

The business sells intention and herbal candles, crystals and stones, incense, jewelry, smudge and other items used in meditation practice and energy work.

Lake Houston-Humble-Kingwood

Nonprofit organization Texas Litter Control opens new Humble clinic

The organization offers various low-cost veterinary services, including spaying, neutering, general exams, vaccinations and heartworm prevention.

Cy-Fair

Local families partnering to bring Lambeau’s Sports Bar & Grill to Cypress

Two local couples plan to open a new sports bar in mid-July at the former location of Masones Pub & Grill at 13131 Louetta Road, Cypress. Masones relocated to Northpointe Bouelvard in Tomball in April.

My Skin by Michelle now open in Cypress

Michelle Esposito opened her facial studio May 1 at the Guest House Salon Suites, 15103 Mason Road, Bldg. D-1, Ste. 204, Cypress. My Skin by Michelle offers customized facials including green peel treatments, which is an herbal treatment that works like a traditional chemical peel without down time.

Morgan Theophil, Laura Aebi, Hannah Zedaker, Kelly Schafler and Danica Lloyd contributed to this report.



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Surge in online shopping strains Houston’s distribution channels

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Traditionally held in the spring, this year’s Wild West Brewfest will be in November at Katy Mills Mall. (Courtesy Pexels)
Wild West Brewfest returning to Katy in November

The Wild West Brewfest, an event featuring more than 100 brewers from across the country and more than 500 beers, will return to Katy this November.

Texas Central has signed a $16 billion contract with Webuild to lead the civil construction team that will build the train. (Rendering courtesy Texas Central)
Texas Central signs $16B construction contract for high-speed rail project

Texas Central could be one step closer to starting construction.

Ronnie Edwards (Courtesy Katy ISD)
Katy ISD announces new assistant superintendent

Katy ISD has tapped Ronnie Edwards as the District’s new assistant superintendent for school leadership and support.

Fort Bend Liquor Store opened its doors at 1708 Spring Green Blvd., Ste. 190, Katy, in May. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Fort Bend Liquor Store now open in Katy

Fort Bend Liquor Store offers a variety of wine, beer and spirits, with a focus on fine wines at multiple price points.

Russ Poppe, the Harris County Flood Control District executive director, will officially step down July 2 after nearly fifteen years in the position. (Courtesy Harris County Flood Control District)
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Fort Bend County Public Transportation has rebranded to Fort Bend Transit and unveiled a new logo, a new color scheme, and new messaging that showcases local and regional transportation services. (Courtesy Fort Bend Transit)
Fort Bend County Public Transportation rebrands to Fort Bend Transit

While the name and image have changed, the existing public transit services will continue to operate as an affordable, efficient and safe transportation option in Fort Bend County.

The Electric Reliability Council of Texas issued a call for Texans to conserve energy June 14. (Iain Oldman/Community Impact Newspaper)
ERCOT asks Texans to conserve energy with generation outages 2.5 times higher than normal

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