MAP: Visit these 69 locally owned businesses in Tomball

The Book Attic is just one of numerous locally owned businesses in the Greater Tomball area.

The Book Attic is just one of numerous locally owned businesses in the Greater Tomball area.


Antiques


1. The Antique Market at Malone Street Cottage
500 Malone St.
832-948-8517

2. Bella Antiques
311 Market St.
281-255-2005
www.facebook.com/shopbellaantiques

3. Birds of a Feather Antiques
406 W. Main St.
832-265-8564
www.birdsofafeatherantiques.com

4. Cherry Street Antiques
106 N. Cherry St.
281-516-9190
www.facebook.com/cherrystreetantiques

5. Elite Antiques & Books
102 W. Main St.
281-255-2919
www.tomballelitebooks.wordpress.com

6. Granny’s Korner
201 Market St.
281-351-8903
www.grannyskorner.com

7. Just Passin Thru
418 W. Main St.
281-255-2999

8. Kelsey Creek Traditions
309 Market St., Ste. D
281-516-1117
www.facebook.com/kelseycreektraditions

9. Nana’s Main Street Cottage
314 E. Main St.
832-639-8528

10. Ron’s Good Junk
313 W. Main St.
281-351-1345

11. Vintage Station
107 W. Main St.
832-843-7244
www.facebook.com/vintagestationtomball

Clothes/shoes/beauty


12. Bebe LaRoo Boutique
120 W. Main St.
281-255-0373
www.facebook.com/bebelarooboutique

The BLVD Boutik
13. 25241 FM 2978, Ste. H
281-516-7996
www.theblvdboutik.com

Charlotte’s Saddlery
14. 114 W. Main St.
281-351-1705
www.charlottessaddlery.com

15. Fashion Revisited
407 W. Main St.
281-690-1636
www.fashionrevisited.com
Opened 2017

16. Kid’s Anthem on Main
308 W. Main St.
832-761-7904
www.kidsanthem.com

17. Mia’s Corner Pet Boutique
100 Houston St.
832-702-0400
www.facebook.com/pg/miascornerpetboutique

18. Ricca Boot Shop
103 W. Main St.
832-708-5701
www.riccabootshop.com

19. Vickie B’s on Main
213 W. Main St.
832-559-3620
www.facebook.com/vickiebsonmain

20. Vida Bella Boutique
24504 Kuykendahl Road, Ste. 600
832-761-5123
www.facebook.com/thebeautifullifeboutique

21. Wigs with Style
314 Commerce St.
832-698-4607

Food/beverage


22. Beef Jerky Outlet
14215 FM 2920, Ste. 101
346-808-5952
www.gotexanjerky.com

23. BZ Honey
405 E. Main St.
832-292-3086
www.bzhoney.com
Opened 2017

24. CoffeeIcon Superstore
18029 Hufsmith-Kohrville Road
281-378-4674
www.coffeeicon.com

25. DeNovo Coffee
520 W. Main St.
www.facebook.com/denovocoffeetomball

26. Family Farm Health Food Store
27920 Business 249, Ste. 240
281-351-4372
www.familyfarmhealth.com

27. Field and Bean
24911 Kuykendahl Road
832-934-4570
www.fieldandbean.com
Opened 2017

28. Fontenot’s Cajun Meats
11715 Spring Cypress Road, Ste. F
346-234-9933
www.facebook.com/fontenotscajunmeats
Opened 2017

29. Jordan’s Sweet Shoppe
26400 Kuykendahl Road, Ste. A130, The Woodlands
281-255-2006
www.facebook.com/jordanssweetshoppetx

30. Manna
24441 Hwy. 249, Ste. 180
346-808-7134
www.mannabakeries.com
Opened 2017

31. Pain Train Salsa
403 W. Main St.
832-212-4375
www.paintrainsalsa.com

32. Perks Beanery
32211 Hwy. 249, Pinehurst
281-766-4264
www.facebook.com/perksbeanery

Gifts


33. Adelyne’s Boutique, Gifts and Teacher Supplies
11703 Spring Cypress Road
281-205-7421
www.shopadelynes.com

34. The Bath Hut
115 Commerce St.
281-255-4700
www.facebook.com/bathhutboutique

35. Bramble & Bee
311 Commerce St.
346-808-3008
www.brambleandbee.com

36. Burlap Ranch Mercantile
106 N. Elm St.
832-409-9645
www.burlapranch.com

37. The Chest of Treasures
409 W. Main St.
281-690-1636
www.thechestoftreasures.com
Opened 2017

38. Gloyer’s Pharmacy & Gifts
1010 W. Main St.
281-351-5454
www.gloyers.com

39. Little Notions
16143 N. Eldridge Parkway
281-205-7772
www.littlenotions.com

40. Naturally Nancy’s
121 Commerce St.
713-501-0701
www.naturallynancy.net

41. O’Suzanna’s
119 Commerce St.
281-255-9913
www.osuzannas.com

42. The Silver Strawberry
30006 Hwy. 249, Ste. D
281-255-6729
www.facebook.com/thesilverstrawberry

43. Steel Magnolia Metal Art Printing
309 Market St., Ste. B
346-236-3933
www.steelmagnoliametalart.com

44. Tender Touch Gifts
111 Commerce St.
281-351-2119

45. The Turquoise Door
212 W. Main St.
281-255-4255
www.turquoisedoorboutique.com

Hobbies


46. Arclight Gaming
701 E. Main St., Ste. 120
832-639-8992
www.facebook.com/arclightgamingllc
Opened 2017

47. Artrageous Pottery Studio
26400 Kuykendahl Road, Ste. C190
832-953-2701
www.artrageoustx.com

48. The Book Attic
28569 Hwy. 249
281-255-6050
www.thebookattic.info

49. Dirt Toys of Tomball
23233 Snook Lane
832-534-8333
www.dirttoystomball.com
Opened 2017

50. Fishburn Violin Shop
11435 Spring Cypress Road
281-290-4580
www.fishburnviolin.com

51. Honeysuckle Lane Quilting Studio
11703 Spring Cypress Road, Ste. D
346-236-4353
www.honeysucklelanequilting.com
Opened 2017

52. Lone Star Weaponry LLC
23410 Snook Lane, Ste. F5
832-916-5477
www.lonestarweaponry.com

53. Phase 1 Comics and Games
28301 Business 249
832-761-7878
http://phase1comics.com
Opened 2017

54. Quilter’s Crossing
1006 Main St.
281-516-7515
www.quilterscrossingtx.com

Home/garden


55. The Arbor Gate
15635 FM 2920
281-351-8851
www.arborgate.com

56. DaVinci Artists Gallery
315 W. Main St.
281-516-9595
www.davinciartistsgallery.com

57. Garden Accents
15131 FM 2920
281-351-4804
www.gardenaccentsinc.com

58. Home and Ranch Outfitters
108 Commerce St.
281-826-3801
www.homeandranchoutfitters.com
Opened 2017

59. Laurie’s Home Furnishings
10730 FM 2920
281-290-9565
www.laurieshomefurnishings.com

60. Magnolia Outdoor Living
28115 Autumn Lane, Pinehurst
832-521-5929
www.magnoliatexasoutdoorliving.com

61. Me and My Porch
120 N. Walnut St.
281-516-3663
www.facebook.com/meandmyporchtomball

62. Otto’s Emporium
410 W. Main St.
281-351-9394
www.ottosemporium.net

63. Sallie Fisher Custom Frame & Art
914 W. Main St.
281-351-5535
www.salliefishersart.com

Jewelry


64. Golden Nonsense Jewelry
28533 Hwy. 249
281-351-7005
www.goldennonsensejewelry.com

65. Jeffrey and Company Jewelers
8522 Creekside Forest Drive
281-964-8733
www.jeffreyandcompanyjewelers.com
Opened 2017

66. Trinity Fine Jewelry
215 W. Main St.
281-351-1812
www.trinityfinejewelry.com

Resale


67. ANEW-U Ladies Resale
11407 Spring Cypress Road, Ste. 280
281-257-8989
www.facebook.com/anewuresale

68. Resale with a Purpose
28583 Hwy. 249
281-255-1450
www.tomballresaleshop.com

69. Tomball Emergency Assistance Ministries
300 W. Main St.
281-351-6700
www.teamtomball.com
By Anna Lotz

Editor, Tomball/Magnolia & Conroe/Montgomery

Anna joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in May 2016 after graduating with a degree in journalism from Cedarville University in Cedarville, Ohio. In July 2017, she transitioned to editor for the Tomball/Magnolia edition. She began covering the communities of Conroe and Montgomery as well in 2020. Anna covers education, local government, transportation, business, real estate development and nonprofits in these communities. Prior to CI, Anna served as editor-in-chief of Cedars, interned with the National Journalism Center in Washington, D.C., and spent time writing for the Springfield News-Sun and Xenia Daily Gazette.



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