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Aroma Mexican Artisan Kitchen closes in Cypress

Aroma Mexican Artisan Kitchen closed in late July, announcing its closure to the community through a Facebook posting. (Mikah Boyd/Community Impact Newspaper) Aroma Mexican Artisan Kitchen, located at 7626 Fry Road, Ste. 100, Cypress, closed in late July. The restaurant originally opened in July 2019 and served traditional Mexican and Central American dishes. In a parting post, officials thanked their loyal customers for their support over the years. www.facebook.com/aromamexicankitchen.
CYPRESS, TX
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Needville restaurant steps up to help Kentucky flood victims

NEEDVILLE – Volunteers from the gulf coast continued cleanup and recovery efforts in eastern Kentucky Tuesday, where the death toll stands at 37 after widespread flooding devastated the region. “I’m seeing flooding like I haven’t seen since 2016 when we got founded,” said Rob Gaudet, founder of the Cajun...
NEEDVILLE, TX
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Saigon Pho a perfect reintroduction to Vietnamese cuisine

Before last week, it had been some time since I’d last enjoyed a good bowl of pho. It’s not that I don’t like Vietnamese food – quite the opposite, having eaten my way through pounds of pho back in my college days. Maybe instead that oversaturation led to my longstanding break.
SUGAR LAND, TX

Check out some businesses that opened in June, July in the Sugar Land, Missouri City area

Cinnaholic, a plant-based cinnamon roll concept, was one business that opened in the Sugar Land and Missouri City area in June and July. (Courtesy Cinnaholic) June and July saw plenty of business activity in the Sugar Land and Missouri City area, with new bakery concepts, new locations for American casual restaurants and a new pottery shop that offers classes opening. Here is a list of June and July business openings across the area. This list is not comprehensive.
MISSOURI CITY, TX

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We're all for saving dollars where we can - every little helps after all! With this in mind, we've hunted high and low to bring you some of the best activities in and near your area with deals of up to 36% off.Looking for the top Katy,Texas deals that Health & fitness has to offer? Here's a rundown of some of the best deals in the city.
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Copenhagen European Kitchen & Bakery opens in Katy

The restaurant features new art every month. (Courtesy Copenhagen European Kitchen & Bakery) Copenhagen European Kitchen & Bakery opened July 5 at 981 S. Mason Road, Ste. A, Katy. The restaurant serves north European food including sourdough and rye breads, danishes and cakes. The space will also feature new art each month and host art discussions, poetry readings and live music. 281-206-7155. www.copenhagenkaty.com.
KATY, TX

Decadent Desserts and Coffee Bar: Sugar Land shop serves sweet treats

The Sugar Land shop offers cakes, waffles and coffee in addition to savory breakfast and lunch items. (Photo by Cynthia Zelaya/Community Impact Newspaper) Lamika Dickey has been a registered nurse since 2003, but the love of baking her mother fostered in her as a small child never left. In August 2019, she decided to open Decadent Desserts and Coffee Bar in Sugar Land, noting there was a gap in that particular type of business in the area.
SUGAR LAND, TX

4 Katy-area restaurants now open, coming soon

Midway Bar-B-Que will reopen with renovations at its original location at the end of the month. (Courtesy Pexels) Looking to try a new restaurant this month in the Katy area? Here are four Katy eateries that have or will open throughout August. One will reopen with renovations from an early 2021 fire.
KATY, TX

$1M Mega Million Tickets Were Sold in North Texas

Two North Texas residents are millionaires thanks to the massive lottery winnings.Erik Mclean/Unsplash. All eyes were on the Mega Millions drawing on Friday, and one resident in Plano ended up buying the winning ticket from a RaceTrac. This winner is one of two Texans who picked the first five numbers correctly.
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