9 Businesses That Opened in Sugar Land, Missouri City This Summer

Sugar Land and Missouri City saw many new businesses spring up throughout the summer, including spas, a school, restaurants and clinics. Here is a list of businesses that sprung up in the area from June to early September. This list is incomprehensible.


1. Vein clinics in the United States, the vein treatment center network, opened a new clinic in Missouri City on June 1, according to a clinic representative. The location opened at 6218 Hwy. 6, city of Missouri. The clinic, which is one of the largest networks of vein treatment centers in the United States with more than 90 clinics, comes to Missouri City, providing a team of cardiovascular surgeons offering a variety of minimally invasive treatments to meet the needs individual patients, including endovenous laser therapy, Clarivein, sclerotherapy and VenaSeal treatments, according to the clinic’s website. 346-353-5192


2. A new upscale liquor store is now open and operating in Missouri City. Premium liquors, at 8027 highway. 6, Ste. 400, Missouri City, held its grand opening on July 1, the store announced via Facebook.

The liquor store offers a variety of options, including whiskey from brands such as Mr. Dowel’s, Antiquity Blue, Royal Challenge, Black Dog, and Basil Hayden. The store also offers a variety of premium wines and ports, spirits and liqueurs, tequila, seltzer water and rum as well as cigars. 281-969-8035

3. Sylva Spa opened in late July at 13440 University Blvd., Ste. 240, Sugar Land, owner Amanda Medina said in an interview with Community Impact Journal.

The spa offers a variety of therapies with a big emphasis on dry salt therapy, in which pure grade sodium chloride is heated; crushed and ground into tiny microparticles; then dispersed in a salt room, salt cave, or salt chamber during a typical session. The therapy is designed so that the particles enter the lungs, bronchi, bronchioles and alveoli to relieve respiratory problems, while the non-inhaled salt particles are absorbed by the body to fight skin conditions, according to the site. Spa website.

“Our mission is to make people feel better about their health,” Medina said.

Sylva Spa also offers massage and red light laser therapy with an eye on adding Tibetan Cranial Therapy in the future, Medina said. 281-903-7707

4. Southwest Urgent Care opened a new clinic in the Telfair neighborhood of Sugar Land at 400 Promenade Way, Ste. 1500, Sugar Country. The clinic opened in late July-early August, clinic officials said, providing services, such as general illness and emergency care; vaccinations and flu shots; a variety of laboratory work; and physical, according to the clinic’s website. 346-341-7573


5. Heiress Nail Spa opened a storefront in Sugar Land’s First Colony Mall, located at 16535 Southwest Freeway, Sugar Land, in early August, according to First Colony Mall officials.

Owner and makeup artist Amber Wilson brings the spa to the mall, offering manicures, acrylics and dips, pedicures, makeup and hair services such as braids and weaves in addition to waxing. 346-874-7322

6. minisoa global lifestyle brand, has opened a new location in the First Colony Mall in Sugar Land, the mall has confirmed with Community Impact Journal.

The Japanese-inspired retailer opened in early August at 16535 Southwest Freeway, Sugar Land, offering a variety of low-cost household and consumer goods such as cookware, toys, stationery and cosmetics.

The retailer opened the location ahead of its original September schedule, First Colony Mall officials said.

The company, headquartered in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China, began operations in 2013 and now operates more than 4,200 stores in more than 80 countries, including the United States, Canada, Australia, Spain, Russia, India and Mexico.

seven. Spectators Bar & Grill held a soft opening on August 17 at 1525 Lake Pointe Parkway, Ste. 100 Sugar Land. The bar opened in the former Korean fried chicken restaurant Bonchon, which closed on July 1, 2021.

With the opening, Spectators has a full bar, offering local craft beers, cocktails, wine and premium liquor. The bar also offers a variety of food options, including burgers, salads, fried chicken sandwiches, and waffle fries in addition to a small kids’ menu. 346-874-7275

8. Public harmony schoolsa Texas-based pre-K-12 college preparatory charter school system, announced the official opening of a new high school in Sugar Land.

Located at 13738 Old Richmond Road, Sugar Land, the new school, Harmony School of Innovation—Sugar Land, opened Aug. 29, built to accommodate 900 ninth- through 12th-graders in Fort Bend County, Fort Bend County announced. the charter school system.

The new campus includes several state-of-the-art science labs, a creative space, and a football and soccer field, according to the announcement.

The opening comes nearly a week after Harmony announced the opening of a school for eighth through twelfth graders in the Katy area on August 23, Harmony School of Innovation – Katy, at 21650 Bellaire Blvd., Richmond. It can accommodate 700 to 800 students in addition to physics, biology, chemistry and engineering laboratories; a space for creators; and a soccer and football field.

Sugar Land School has received an A grade from the Texas Education Agency in seven areas: English Language Arts and Reading, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Comparative Academic Growth, Postsecondary Readiness, and Comparative Gap Reduction.


9. Opening September 2 at 1525 Lake Pointe Parkway, Sugar Land, Poke Burri features poke bowls, sushi burritos, and build-your-own options, as well as dishes like sushi pizza, donuts, and a sushi corn dog.

The Sugar Land location is the second Poke Burri restaurant in the Greater Houston area. Poke Burri, which started at Atlanta food hall We Suki Suki in 2016, opened its first location in Houston in June 2020. Sugar Land natives Shawn and Vanshika Vipin opened the new restaurant after three years of searching for the perfect location , according to the press release. 832-648-7653

Rachel J. Bradford