New openings in south Montgomery County in The Woodlands area this spring and summer include two places offering sweet treats, two coffee shops and an Indian restaurant.

1. MunchMunch Mochi Donut opened April 4 at 19189 I-45, Ste. M, Shenandoah. The store sells mochi doughnuts, which are a fusion item combining Japanese mochi and American doughnuts, made with rice flour, according to the business' website. Doughnuts can be purchased singly, or by the half-dozen or dozen. Cream puffs and a variety of fizzy and frozen drinks are also on the menu. 346-331-6184.

2. Surreal Creamery opened April 21 at 1500 Research Forest Drive, Ste. 175, Shenandoah. This is the second location in Texas for the franchise. The ice cream shop is known for its signature Mason jar sundaes. 346-386-0310.

3. Barbarossa Coffee is expanding into Montgomery County with a new location opening in July at 25508 Sweetgum Road, Ste. B1, Magnolia, on The Woodlands and Magnolia border, according to owner Ozzy Guragac. Barbarossa Coffee first opened its Spring location in 2017 and also has a location in Tomball. The specialty coffee shop offers customers a variety of coffee beans and brewing methods to make their beverages, with Guragac calling the new location a "coffee experience center." 832-480-4213.

4. Summer Moon Coffee opened April 29 at 3917 Woodson's Reserve Parkway, Ste. 100, Spring, according to company officials. According to the business' website, the company sells oak-roasted coffee in light, medium and dark varieties as well as decaf options and coffee pods. The store also sells branded merchandise. 346-640-8977.

5. Khau Gully Indian Kitchen opened April 18 at 25188 I-45, Ste. A1A, Spring. Owner Jitu Chudasama said the restaurant is a spin on Indian street food. The menu is 100% vegetarian and offers items, such as samosas, pav bhaji, dabeli, pan puri and paratha. A grand opening celebration will occur in mid-May. 281-362-5014.