What makes Trader Joe ‘s so special? After all, Katy has a zillion stores that sell groceries and other supplies.
What does make Trader Joe’s unique is its merchandise, prices and quality. Many everyday items are sold under the Trader Joe’s logo, which offers their customers access to high end products at great values!
Known as Pronto Markets in 1958 and later as Trader Joe’s since 1967, employees don Hawaiian style shirts and ring a bell when they need assistance. Ten to fifteen new products are introduced each week and the same number are eliminated. The innovative 12,500 square foot store set to be located at 2643 Commercial Center Boulevard, will be a wonderful addition to the Katy area in 2014.
We previously posted about all of the great new additions coming to La Centerra. Now, Bonefish Grill will be celebrating their grand opening Charity Night with an evening of fabulous food, wine, spirits and fundraising with 100 percent of the evening’s proceeds to benefit the Katy Visual and Performing Arts Center.
A $35 donation provides 2 drinks and a full tasting of the menu. RSVP is required as only a limited amount of seats are available.
Katonians and Katy, Texas visitors will be enjoying more great shopping, dining, and outdoor activities as a result of the coming expansion of the La Centerra shopping center.
Portions are set to be completed between December 2012 and the summer of 2014. Some of the venues scheduled to open are Grimaldi’s Pizzeria, Zoes Kitchen, Bonefish Grill, World of Beer, and Emmanuel Salon. Other projects include Central Green, an outdoor amphitheater, and 350 luxury residential mid-rise units.
To find out more about the growth of La Centerra and about leasing, visit their website.
1. The four quacking ducks, three swimming turtles, and one large white egret that entertained my granddaughter in the Oak Forest Trails section of Cinco Ranch this past weekend.
2. The wonderful family meal that we shared at DaVinci’s Italian Restaurant.
3. The 24 hour service at Denny’s Restaurant.
4. The great weather that allows for numerous outdoor activities.
5. The friendly neighbors.
6. The EZ Tag that allows us to travel to and from Houston effortlessly.
7. The gorgeous landscapes that bring a smile to our faces each day.
8. The shopping, the shopping, the shopping…
On Saturday, April 21st, Cinco Ranch will present its Third Annual Cinco Ranch Nature Adventure.
Free and Open to the Public, the event, will take place from 11AM to 3PM, outdoors near the Cinco Ranch Lake House, located at 25202 Springwood Lake Drive, Katy, Texas 77494.
All rides and shows will be FREE, including demonstrations by the Houston Zoo, Texas Snakes and More, the Houston Frisbee Dogs, and an array of other educational organizations.
In addition, there will be a petting zoo, pony rides, camel rides, bungee trampoline, and inflatables.
New this year will be a human gyroscope, a live bird show, an interactive photo booth, and more!
Food and drinks will be sold, along with items to be purchased or donations to be made.
Parking will be available along Spring Green Blvd with a hay ride to pick up guests and take them to the event site. When you arrive please follow the parking directional signs and police officer signals as they direct traffic.
Katy is getting yet another multi-use development which will make living in Katy even more enjoyable! Real estate investor Mike Baker is developing 129.5 acres located at the southeast corner of I-10 and Katy Fort Bend Road. Katy Ranch Crossing Center will contain 750,000 square feet of retail, office, restaurant, apartments, and medical space. The facility will feature stone exteriors and be ranch themed. For more information contact Mike Baker at Freeway Properties713-975-0292 (x103).
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