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Many of the businesses inside Cypress Creek Village, which is tucked away off Grant Road, are housed inside several cottages. Visitors to the area can easily walk to all of the shops, which range from restaurants to health stores.
1. Leila Ruth Salon provides haircuts to men and women. Stylists can perform services such as coloring, highlights, haircuts and formal updos for weddings and other special events. 281-890-7928
2. Season’s Harvest Café offers locally grown, organic and vegetarian dishes made fresh daily, including paninis, soups and salads. The menu changes daily based on what ingredients from are fresh and in season. The restaurant also offers breakfast on the weekend. 281-807-9000,www.facebook.com/pages/Seasons-Harvest-Cafe/371063685372
3. Located in a colorful building, Soto’s Cantina serves up authentic Mexican and Tex-Mex six days a week. Visitors can find fajitas, enchiladas, tacos tamales and quesadillas at the family owned restaurant. There are also a variety of lunch specials on the menu. 281-955-5667,www.sotoscantina.com
4. Owned by Karen Bright, Brighter Health offers products such as herbs, vitamins, essential oils and consultations. 281-970-0414 and 512-241-1659
5. Several types of psychological techniques and assessments are available at LiveWell. The business also offers therapy sessions and tips on relaxation. 281-469-6395, www.stresscontrol.com
6. White Buffalo Southwest opened earlier this year after owner Helene Frye moved her store to Cy-Fair from inside Rice Village in Houston. She sells a variety of American-Indian goods, ranging from pottery to music to jewelry. 713-463-8995, www.whitebuffalosw.com
This is a sample of businesses and organizations in the area. The list is not comprehensive.