Denton has a new frozen treat option: Frios Gourmet Pops at 1640 W. University Drive. There are three main categories of icy treats: fresh fruit pops for $3.55, ice cream pops for $3.65 and signature pops for $4.15, which are ice cream-based with mix-ins built into the bars.
Q’s, an LGBTQ cafe and venue, closed just shy of a year in business. The spot recently had new ownership after the original owners had to raise funds online at the beginning of 2019 to pay off the business’s bills.
Just down the street, Denton Grille closed its doors at the end of March too. The restaurant at 209 W. Hickory St. is under renovation to become Les Muses Vintage.
Denton lost another restaurant in the past month: Grandy’s on McKinney Street near Loop 288. It was the last location of the homestyle restaurant in Denton, one month after the location at 808 W. University Drive closed.
Downtown has a new shop, stuffed with local art, gifts, candles, tea and home decor. La Rose Maison is open at 221 W. Hickory St. from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.
A new Mediterranean restaurant option is almost here: Zoës Kitchen will open its first Denton location Monday, April 22 at Rayzor Ranch Town Center.
Fast fashion retailer Charlotte Russe closed its Denton location at Golden Triangle Mall after the company filed for bankruptcy in 2017 and later announced it was closing all stores.