This list of new Southlake businesses is provided by the Southlake Department of Economic Development and Tourism to help these businesses succeed. You may also visit www.SouthlakeBusinesses.com to find a list of all businesses.
A Better Option: Pet and House Sitting: A Better Option: Pet and House Sitting will provide professional pet or house sitting while you are away, including overnight stays. (817) 939-5293
Grand Nail Spa: Grand Nail Spa recently opened in Kimball Crossing at 2175 E. Southlake Blvd., Suite 140. They offer all your manicure and pedicure needs. (817) 442-9285
Impact Performance & Fitness: Impact Performance & Fitness recently opened in Cornerstone Business Park at 525 S. Nolen Dr., Suite 100. They are a full spectrum fitness facility. (817) 416-3838 www.ImpactPerformancesl.com
Lacrosse Unlimited: Lacrosse Unlimited recently opened in Shops of Southlake at 1275 E. Southlake Blvd., Suite 433. They sell lacrosse equipment and apparel as well as other name brand apparel and more. (817) 310-5952 www.LacrosseUnlimited.com
ProTect Painters of Northeast Tarrant County: ProTect Painters of Northeast Tarrant County does interior and exterior painting for both residential and commercial. (817) 585-2944 www.ProtectPainters.com/Local-House-Painting/TX/NE-Tarrant-County
Snappy Salads: Snappy Salads recently opened in Kimball Crossing at 2175 E. Southlake Blvd., Suite 180. They serve made-to-order salads, wraps and much more. (817) 251-8888 www.SnappySalads.com
Claffey Pools – Suntree Square – 100 W. Southlake Blvd., Suite 430 – anticipated opening in May
Forest Park Medical Center – Forest Park Medical Center – 421 E. State Hwy. 114, anticipated opening May 29th
Howard Wang’s China Grill – Shops of Southlake – 1471 E. Southlake Blvd. – anticipated opening in May
Markham Fine Jewelers – Southlake Town Square – 218 State St. – opening date TBD
Men’s Warehouse – Gateway Plaza – 3030 E. Southlake Blvd. – opening date TBD
Subway – Kimball Crossing – 2175 E. Southlake Blvd., Suite 120 – anticipated opening in May
The Toy Haven – Shops of Southlake – 2175 E. Southlake Blvd., Suite 437 – opening date TBD
Torchy’s Tacos – Kimball Crossing – 2175 E. Southlake Blvd., Suite 160 – anticipated opening in June
Trufire – Southlake Town Square – 1239 Main St. – opening date TBD
Whole Earth Provision Co. – Southlake Town Square – 321 State St. – opening date TBD
They say the kitchen is the heart of the home, but it may also be the heart of the community as Southlake continues to be a dining mecca with new restaurants opening monthly. The first of three planned eating establishments in Kimball Crossing, a new strip center at 2175 E. Southlake Boulevard near Kimball Avenue, is Zoës Kitchen which debuted November 8. This is the company’s 70th location and ninth in Dallas Fort Worth. According to company spokesperson Lauren Aamodt, Southlake was chosen because it has a great community feel, which is something they look for when selecting locations.
Zoë, which means “life” in Greek, is known for healthy, homemade Mediterranean-inspired food that includes Greek favorites such as pita sandwiches, hummus, chicken and orzo soup, Greek salad, and steak, shrimp or chicken kabobs. The restaurant also offers beer and wine, along with complete take-out meals and “take home tubs” of its salads and spreads.
Zoës Kitchen is dedicated to delivering delicious, fresh and convenient in-store and takeout meal solutions that allow families to get out of the kitchen and enjoy more time together. All Zoës Kitchen recipes are made using good, honest ingredients that are chemical-free and sourced locally when possible, as well as fresh, never frozen poultry – and it’s no secret that Zoës never uses fryers or microwaves when preparing its meals. Vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free dishes are also available.
Named the best taco joint in Dallas Fort Worth by D Magazine, Torchy’s Tacos will open in Kimball Crossing April 2013 for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Torchy’s tacos are the main menu item with variations that include green chile pork, fried avocado, Baja shrimp, blackened salmon and seared ahi tuna. Other offerings in the 128-seat restaurant include the grande burrito, street corn, green chile queso, and beer and wine.
The chain, which originated in Austin as a food trailer, now has six locations in Dallas Fort Worth with Southlake being the second in Tarrant County.
According to chef and owner Mike Rypka, the Southlake location will have similar elements as the other stores, but each location has features that provide its own look-and-feel.
“People in DFW have been so supportive of our shops, and we felt like Southlake would be a great place for us to open because the people are friendly and the city encourages business development. We’re looking forward to serving our tacos here in 2013,” says Rypka.
Dallas-based chain Snappy Salads will open its fifth DFW location in Kimball Crossing in 2013. Named best place to have a salad by D Magazine and Dallas Observer, its award-winning menu features 16 specialty salads such as grilled avocado, sauteed salmon, the Brutus (think Caesar), steakhouse and classic Cobb. Wraps, soups, baked potatoes, and a selection of lettuce, cheese, dressings and toppings will also be available.
Whether you’re craving a veggie kabob, grilled shrimp and chorizo taco, or crispy artichoke salad, you will soon find it at Kimball Crossing!