New in Grapevine: September 2022
4 Oct 2022
Even if the fall weather hasn't arrived in full, the new season brought a wealth of new retail and entertainment options to the City of Grapevine! Plus a few executive offices for an exclusive supplier in the all-important grocery supply chain. The full list of new businesses is available online at grapevinetexas.gov, but it's our monthly tradition to highlight a few special standouts that exemplify the greatness of Grapevine. Here are five fascinating new businesses in the City as of September 2022:
After more than a decade in Grapevine, Summit Climbing Gym is re-launching with a slick new interior. Billed as 'Grapevine 2.0,' the redesigned space now includes three stories and nearly 20,000 feet of climbable space. The new design also now includes bouldering (shorter walls that don't require a belay system) alongside traditional rope routes.
Assuming that you are jolly, green, and larger-than-average. Tucked into a humble brick-and-mortar executive suite on Highway 26, Potandon Produce is the exclusive supplier of Green Giant potatoes and onions (hence, pot-and-on). Their new office space makes them the latest company taking advantage of Grapevine's prime location, much to the delight of Samwise Gamgee.
Boutiques on Main Street aren't just for ladies. Specializing in "quality essentials and accessories... for the modern man," Tout Goods offers everything from shirts and designer jeans to casual caps and curated grooming products. And because it's operated by an entrepreneur in partnership with the barber shop next door, you're almost guaranteed to get that next-level personal experience.
Sephora, one of the most recognizable names in cosmetics, has landed at Grapevine Mills. Customers in search of skin care products, perfume, and makeup have another top-notch option in the heart of the shopping center, accessible through Entry 1 or via Saks Off Fifth. That's a fashionable district, home to Steve Madden, Banana Republic, and outlets for both Abercrombie and Coach.
What was once an empty storefront with a promising sign on Main Street is now Buzzed Bull Creamery, locally owned and operated purveyors of frozen and (on request) spiked treats. Guests should come prepared for a slightly longer-than-average wait time because these orders are custom-made in front of your eyes using liquid nitrogen! Kid-friendly options are available with all the same fun of watching the nitrogen at work.