Tom Martin rebranded his print shop; Kate Spade New York opened an outlet store in Branson; and John and Mary Rolf launched their second in a series of five planned Scooter’s Coffee shops.
The restaurant and its upstairs Barley, Wheat and Rye Social House are shutting down in Famers Park.
The owners are expanding with another 280-square-foot space off the square.
Co-owner Johnson Tan says a new concept may be coming to the 2925 E. Battlefield Road restaurant site.
A husband and wife team move from the Fort Leonard Wood area to start Everyday Thai.
The order is for 18 months in prison and full restitution payments.
A long entry staircase gives the illusion one might have to duck to get past a giant frozen custard cone once buzzed in the door and on the way to the front desk at the first landing.
A newly signed lease at Branson Landing spurs plans for a summer opening.
Owner Mark D’Arpino cited health issues as the reason for the restaurant’s planned closure.
Developers still pursue ethnic dining destination on Commercial Street.
The franchisees buy property near U.S. Highway 65.
The Muetzels call off the relaunch of their bar and restaurant over continued delays.
Tim and Kas Clegg are considering a location for a pie shop.
Springfield’s third Culver’s restaurant is underway at 1400 E. Sunshine St.
Black Sheep A.S.A.P. opened; O’Reilly Development Co. LLC completed the final phase of The Castlewood Senior Living; and Red Tree Church moved.
Missouri Trust & Investment Co. moved; husband and wife Ivan Lin and Monica Liu opened Mikado Supreme Buffet; and Tinga Tacos opened.
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