See what Rayford Road businesses have reopened and closed since Hurricane Harvey

Many areas received several inches of rain over four days in from Aug. 26-29, causing street flooding on Rayford Road and other thoroughfares in the area.

Many areas received several inches of rain over four days in from Aug. 26-29, causing street flooding on Rayford Road and other thoroughfares in the area.

Due to its proximity to Spring Creek, several local businesses along the Rayford Road corridor sustained water damage from Hurricane Harvey, which hit the city Aug. 26-29, and have just recently been able to reopen.



NOW OPEN
Bubba T’s Cajun Kitchen reopened in late September at 610 Rayford Road, Ste. 638, Spring. The restaurant took on four feet of water during Hurricane Harvey and was closed for a month. The restaurant offers Cajun staples such as gumbo and po'boys, in addition to fried, grilled and blacked seafood plates, tacos and salads. 281-419-6500. www.bubbats.com

DoubleDave’s Pizzaworks reopened in early November at 606 Rayford Road, Spring, after being closed for more than two months. The pizza joint underwent total renovations after taking on six feet of water during Hurricane Harvey. The pizzeria offers specialty and make-your-own pizzas, sandwiches, salads and desserts. 281-367-3283. www.doubledaves.com

Golden Shears Salon and Day Spa reopened Oct. 31 at 610 Rayford Road, Ste. 648, Spring, after sustaining five feet of water damage from Hurricane Harvey. The 39-year-old business worked out of a temporary location on Sawdust Road for two months while the original location underwent a total renovation. The full-service salon offers hair services, sunless tanning, waxing services, makeup services, facials, massages and other spa services. 281-681-9017. www.goldenshearsalonspa.com

Hop Scholar Ale House reopened in mid-September at 610 Rayford Road, Ste. 642, Spring. The restaurant took on about 40 inches of water during Hurricane Harvey and was closed for three weeks, according to owner Todd Hayden. The ale house offers 47 rotating taps, bottled beers and a limited food menu of loaded fries and bratwursts. 281-203-7406. www.hopscholar.com

Mario’s Mexican Restaurant reopened Nov. 12 at 610 Rayford Road, Spring, after closing for over two months due to Hurricane Harvey. The restaurant replaced its walls, kitchens and tables. The Mexican eatery offers enchiladas, tacos, chalupas and seafood options. 281-367-9336. www.mariosmexican.com

Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers reopened Nov. 14 at 520 Rayford Road, Spring, after closing for two months following Hurricane Harvey. The restaurant sustained four feet of floodwaters and underwent a complete renovation. The chicken joint offers chicken fingers, fries, coleslaw and Texas toast as well as iced tea and fresh-squeezed lemonade. 281-419-5444. www.raisingcanes.com

Rayford Animal Wellness Clinic reopened in mid-September at 606 Rayford Road, Ste. D, Spring. The restaurant took on about 40 inches of water during Hurricane Harvey and was closed for three weeks, according to owner Todd Hayden. The veterinarian's office performs a variety of pet services including blood work, spays/neuters, digital X-rays and can treat skin, ear and gastrointestinal conditions. 281-667-9360. www.hoscho.com

Walgreens reopened Oct. 30 at 560 Rayford Road, Spring after closing for month following Hurricane Harvey, due to water damage. The drugstore offers health and beauty items, household products and first-aid supplies in addition to pharmaceutical and photo services. 281-298-0040. www.walgreens.com

3B’s Burgers & Beer reopened in early October at 466 Rayford Road, Ste. 107, Spring, after taking on three feet of water during Hurricane Harvey. The restaurant was closed for more than six weeks. The restaurant offers wings, burgers, salads, sandwiches and beers. 281-419-3553. www.facebook.com/3bsRayford

RENOVATIONS
Crescent Moon Live Restaurant & Bar, 
located at 440 Rayford Road, Ste. 115, Spring,  announced via Facebook Nov. 8 that it would be temporarily closed for repairs due to Hurricane Harvey. A projected reopening date had not been announced as of press time. The venue hosts live music on a regular basis and offers a menu of pizzas, steaks, salads and appetizers. 281-364-9463. www.crescentmoonrestaurantspring.com

Starbucks, located near the intersection of Rayford Road and Richards Road, between 3B's Burgers & Beer and Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers, is also closed for renovations. A Starbucks spokesperson said the location is expected to reopen in March. The coffeeshop chain based out of Seattle, offers hot, cold and frozen coffee beverages, espresso options, Teavana teas and pastries. www.starbucks.com

CLOSINGS
Subway, located at 610 Rayford Road, Spring, closed after sustaining water damage from Hurricane Harvey in late September and will not be reopening, according to neighboring business owners.

Tony Nail Spa, located at 610 Rayford Road, Spring, closed after sustaining water damage from Hurricane Harvey in late September and will not be reopening, according to neighboring business owners.
By Hannah Zedaker

Editor, Spring/Klein & Lake Houston/Humble/Kingwood

Hannah joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in May 2016 after graduating with a degree in journalism from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. In March 2019, she transitioned to editor of the Spring/Klein edition and later became the editor of both the Spring/Klein and Lake Houston/Humble/Kingwood editions in June 2021. Hannah covers education, local government, transportation, business, real estate development and nonprofits in these communities. Prior to CI, Hannah served as associate editor of The Houstonian, interned with Community Impact Newspaper and spent time writing for the Sam Houston State University College of Fine Arts and Mass Communication and The Huntsville Item.



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