These 5 businesses, restaurants have reopened or plan to reopen after flood damage from Harvey

Several businesses and restaurants have reopened after flood damage from Tropical Storm Harvey.

Several businesses and restaurants have reopened after flood damage from Tropical Storm Harvey.

Three B’s Grill reopened Sept. 19 after rebuilding from damage caused by Hurricane Harvey. Located at 4590 Kingwood Drive, Kingwood, the grill serves a variety of appetizers, soups, salads, flatbreads, entrees, sandwiches and burgers. Specialities include the Jones Bones baby back ribs, the Towering Inferno burger and chicken-fried steak tacos. The restaurant also has a full bar with several TVs. 281-360-7797. www.threebsgrill.com

H-E-B opened a Kingwood location in 2016 at 4517 Kingwood Drive. However, after flooding due to Harvey, the 105,000-square-foot grocery store might be closed until 2018. 281-361-0342. www.heb.com

A new MOD Pizza opened Aug. 4 in Main Street Kingwood at 4537 Kingwood Drive, Ste. 100, Kingwood. However, the location flooded during Harvey and is closed for rebuilding work. MOD expects to reopen in November. The fast-casual restaurant serves create-your-own pizzas and salads as well as hand-spun milkshakes. www.modpizza.com

Pholicious opened a new location July 18 at 4521 Kingwood Drive, Ste. 240, Kingwood. Damaged during Harvey, the business is rebuilding and plans to reopen around the beginning of November. The restaurant serves Vietnamese cuisine for customers on the go. Offerings include pho, banh mi sandwiches, egg rolls, spring rolls and boba tea. www.facebook.com/pholiciouskingwood

After flood damage from Harvey pushed back the opening date, Memorial Hermann plans to open its 45,000-square-foot convenient care center within mixed-use development Main Street Kingwood in summer 2018. The development is located at the intersection of West Lake Houston Parkway and Kingwood Drive. The health system’s recent expansions in the Lake Houston area also include the construction of a 123,000-square-foot patient tower and the purchase of 40 additional acres at the Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital campus in Humble. 281-540-7700. www.memorialhermann.org