Airrosti Rehab Centers opened a new location Nov. 22 at 19500 Hwy. 249, Ste. 170, Houston. The clinic treats long-term pain and injury, and officials said treatments can be a viable alternative to surgery. 800-404-6050.

BB’s Tex-Orleans opened Dec. 23 at 21441 Hwy. 249, Houston, near the Louetta Road intersection. The Houston-based eatery features a Cajun-inspired menu, including boiled or fried seafood, gumbo, crawfish etouffee, shrimp and grits, boudin flautas, fish tacos and po’boys. 281-335-6007.

​​Beyond Paradise Nursery will be relocating from its location in Cypress to 14 acres at 23920 FM 2978, Tomball, in spring 2022. The garden center grows trees, shrubs, roses and other plants, and offers delivery and installation. 281-955-0281.

Tire Link is planning to open a new location at 5520 FM 1488, Magnolia, in February or March, owner Billy Link said. The tire shop offers a variety of services, including flat-tire repairs, tire alignments and tire installations. 832-639-6700.

Axis Aerial Arts Fitness relocated to 311 High St., Tomball, on Nov. 15, owner Rachel Tisdale said. The fitness center offers aerial and pole fitness classes, including silk, sling and trapeze workshops. 713-204-5444.

Paradigm Brewing Co. opened Dec. 15 in the Tomball Business and Technology Park at 2130 S. Persimmon Lane, Tomball. The brewery is open for lunch and dinner, and has a bar and restaurant serving food such as pretzels, wings, sandwiches and burgers.

Cajunville is planning to open Feb. 1 at 28155 Business 249, Tomball, owner Blake Landry said. The fast-casual restaurant will serve authentic Cajun food, including po'boys, boudin and cracklin. 832-526-2126.