Here is a look at some new business openings east of I-45 in The Woodlands area as well as locations coming soon, expanding and celebrating milestones such as anniversaries early this year.

Now open

Social Sweets

The locally owned ice cream and waffle shop opened at the former Dolly Llama location. It now also offers savory waffles, pastries and coffee.Coming soon

Cheeky Monkeys

The indoor playground and learning center will be opening in Shenandoah this summer in the former Tuesday Morning location. Cheeky Monkeys caters to children from ages 10 months to 8 years and provides parent spaces to accommodate families.Game Show Battle Rooms

The interactive entertainment concept is opening a location in Shenandoah. Shenandoah officials confirmed that the business will open this year, offering participants the chance to engage in challenges and trivia games.Color Me Mine Woodlands

The paint-your-own pottery studio offers parties and walk-in options for customers to paint pottery, which is glazed and fired in-house. The owners also own a Cypress location.Relocations

Space Cadets Collection Collection

The comic book and collectibles store relocated to Shenandoah from Oak Ridge after 14 years.In the news

Dave and Buster's

The entertainment center in Shenandoah is expected to undergo a $2 million renovation starting this spring, according to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation website.Chuy’s

The Tex-Mex restaurant celebrated 20 years at its Shenandoah location Feb. 28, according to Visit Shenandoah.