Anderson Distillery and Grill to open in Roanoke; West African restaurant coming to Frisco and more Dallas-Fort Worth-area news

Anderson Distillery and Grill will make and sell a variety of spirits, including vodka and whiskey. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

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Basement Roanoke Northeast Fort Worth

Anderson Distillery and Grill is coming to Roanoke this fall

Anderson Distillery and Grill plans to open at 400 S. Oak St., Roanoke, in the fall of 2021, according to the company’s website. The company will make and sell vodka, gin, rum, whiskey, agave spirits, and more.

Richardson

Salad and Go opens its Richardson facility in June

The drive-thru concept restaurant offers salads, wraps, soups and beverages to order at 850 E. Campbell Road, Richardson. These items are being offered at the same cost as fast food to further the company’s mission to make healthy food convenient and affordable, according to a publication by Salad and Go.

Plano

Latitude Luxury Living is now open in Plano

Located south of West Plano Parkway between Custer and Alma Streets, the luxury gated community has a variety of floor plans. Residential amenities include four courtyards, an outdoor kitchen, a resort-style pool with a tanning bed, a two-story fitness center with a climbing station, and a dog wash area and pet spa.

Frisco

Restaurant with West African cuisine soon in Frisco

A new family owned restaurant specializing in West African cuisine opens on May 30th. Calabar Pot & Bar is located at 5995 Preston Road, Ste. 102, south of Wade Boulevard in Frisco. The restaurant specializes in seafood, meat and vegetables.

Grapevine-Colleyville-Southlake

This year, five new retailers are coming to Southlake Town Square

Two clothing stores, a luxury furniture brand, and two restaurants come to Southlake Town Square.

Lewisville-Flower Mound-Highland Village

Altitude Pole Fitness and Aerial Arts at Highland Village aim to build strength and confidence

Allison Roussel was fired from her corporate information technology job in 2017. Looking for another job, she had the lifelong goal of opening her own business.

She had taken classes at Altitude Pole Fitness & Aerial Arts in Frisco for five years and reached out to business owner Tricia Lauerman to discuss the possibility of an expansion.

“I really liked Tricia’s brand and what it was showing,” said Roussel. “Tricia said, ‘Let’s do it.'”

McKinney

Idaho-based baby products business moves to McKinney

Tiny Human Supply Co. moved its business from Boise, Idaho to McKinney in February. Founded in 2018, Tiny Human Supply Co. works on clean baby skin care products including diaper rash cream, lotion, nourishing cream, and more.

Kira Lovell, William C. Wadsack, Valerie Wigglesworth, Alex Copeland, and Sandra Sadek contributed to this report.

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