Local places to shop in the Lake Houston area for Small Business Saturday, Nov. 30

Small Business Saturday is Saturday, Nov. 30, this year. (Courtesy Fotolia)
Small Business Saturday is Saturday, Nov. 30, this year. (Courtesy Fotolia)

Small Business Saturday is Saturday, Nov. 30, this year. (Courtesy Fotolia)

Right on the heels of Black Friday shopping, Small Business Saturday invites shoppers to step away from the big-box stores and patron local businesses on Nov. 30.

Small Business Saturday takes place the Saturday after Thanksgiving, and the event was launched by American Express in 2010 to
celebrate and support small businesses in local communities, according the U.S. Small Business Administration. The event is now in its 10th year.

Small Business Saturday in 2018 was the event's most successful year, with patrons spending an estimated $17.8 billion across the country at local businesses, per the U.S. Small Business Administration.


There are many businesses in the Lake Houston, Humble and Kingwood area participating in the event. Here is a list of a some restaurants and retailers in the areas. Click here to access American Express’ noncomprehensive list of participating businesses.

Humble area


1. Chez Nous

217 S. Ave. G., Humble


281-446-6717

www.cheznousfrenchrestaurant.com

2. Humble Flower Shop

313 E. Main St., Humble

281-446-3035

www.humbleflowershop.com

3. Italiano's Restaurant

217 FM 1960 Bypass Road E., Humble

281-446-6111

www.italianosrestaurant.net

4. Noyola's Mexican Restaurant

242 First St. W., Humble

281-319-4912

www,noyolas-mexican-restaurant.business.site

5. The Curry House

202 FM 1960, Ste. A1, Humble

281-446-0314

www.thecurryhousehumble.com

Kingwood area


6. Chachi's Mexican Restaurant

4300 Town Center Place Ste. 5, Kingwood

281-360-1789

www.chachismexicanrestaurant.com

7. Kingwood Bagel & Sandwiches

2855 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Kingwood

281-360-8006

www.facebook.com/107290185978475

8. Kingwood Meat Market

4003 Rustic Woods Drive, Ste. B, Kingwood

281-359-0129

www.kingwoodmeatmarket.com

9. Nutrition Depot

2233 Northpark Drive, Kingwood

281-446-2800

www.facebook.com/ndkingwood

10. Three B's Grill

4590 Kingwood Drive, Kingwood

281-360-7797

www.threebsgrill.com

Atascocita area


11. Bike Barn Atascocita

7506 FM 1960 E., Humble

281-812-8423

www.bikebarn.com

12. Ginger Cafe

7548 FM 1960 E., Humble

281-8120-8853

www.facebook.com/ginger-cafe-115615281797974

13. Javaman Coffee

7405 FM 1960, Humble

832-664-5180

www.javamancoffee.net

14. Paradise Fish and Pets

5344 FM 1960 E., Humble

832-644-5025

www.paradisefishandpets.com

15. Tin Roof BBQ

18918 Town Center Boulevard, Humble

281-852-5577

www.tinroofbbqtexas.com

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