La Rose Maison is planning to close at the end of the month, after just five months in business. The shop north of the Square focused on selling locally produced art, home decor, tea and jewelry.
Craft cocktail bar Miss Angeline’s is set to open in the coming weeks, hopefully in time for its neighbor East Side’s six-year anniversary party. The bar at 125 E. Oak St. just got wrought iron fencing around its 2,500 square-foot patio, but the owners haven’t yet announced an opening date.
Burger chain Mooyah closed its location at Rayzor Ranch Marketplace. There was no explanation for the closure, but the doors are locked and the spot is no longer listed on the Mooyah website. The company still has one location in Denton at 2215 S. Loop 288, Suite 300.
Denton is losing another food truck option: Leila’s Food Truck has closed operations after the truck was sold to entrepreneurs in San Antonio. The owners of the vegetarian Middle Eastern fusion truck did tease to a new presence, saying on social media that there’ll be more food news from the brand soon.
There’s a new personal training studio in town: We Fix U Fitness, at 608 E. Hickory St., Suite 108. The studio operates from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday., with Sunday and Saturday for appointments only.