Imperio Wine & Spirits opens in Katy; Montgomery Chick-fil-A to open dining room and more Houston area news


Imperio Wine & Spirits sells a variety of alcohols, beers, wines and spirits. (Courtesy of Adobe Stock)

Read the latest business and community news from the Greater Houston area.


Imperio Wine & Spirits now open in Katy

Imperio Wine & Spirits, a family owned liquor store, opened March 30 at 25824 Clay Road, Ste. D, Katy.

Social Pub and Grill to open new location in Fulshear

The 6,237 square foot facility will be Cross Creek Commons’ first full service facility. The menu at the Social Pub and Grill includes burgers, sandwiches, appetizers and bar fare.


Masones Pub & Grill opens in Northpointe, Todd’s Auto Repair is moving: 4 business updates in Tomball, Magnolia

Masones Pub & Grill has opened in its new location at 24441 Hwy. 249, Tomball, April 23. Originally located on Louetta Road in Cypress, the property offers daily drink specials and happy hour from 11am to 7pm.

Heights-River Oaks-Montrose

Heights Boulevard opens its doors as a tasting place

A historic home on Heights Boulevard reopened in May as a private event venue for wine lessons, tastings and other events.

Sugar Land-Missouri City

Ahead of June reopening, Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center celebrates 5th anniversary

Located at 198 Kempner St., Sugar Land, in the Imperial Market Development, the Discovery Center offers a variety of innovative hands-on and exploration activities for infants up to the age of 12.

New Strength Pilates Moves to Larger Missouri City Studio

New Strength Pilates has moved to a larger studio at 4718 Riverstone Blvd., Ste. C, Missouri City, April 2.


Chick-fil-A to Hwy. 105 and Lone Star Parkway to open dining hall to celebrate first anniversary

After closing during the pandemic, the Chick-fil-A in Hwy. 105 and Lone Star Parkway, or 20155 Eva St., Montgomery, will open its dining room on May 21, coinciding with her first birthday.


Javier Ambler’s Law moves to Governor Abbott’s office

Javier Ambler’s law, a bill that would prohibit state and local authorities from signing contracts with reality shows, was passed in the Senate on May 13 and is now passing to Gov. Greg Abbott’s office for signature before it does not become law.

Ali Linan, Morgan Theophil, Laura Aebi, Shawn Arrajj, Beth Marshall, Anna Lotz, Claire Shoop and Eva Vigh contributed to this report.


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