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List of Closing Businesses in Katy Continues to Grow

KATY MAGAZINE NEWS

August 4, 2020

By Jennifer Miko and Katrina Katsarelis

The list of Katy business affected by the pandemic continues to grow and experts warn residents this is likely just the first wave. From mom and pop businesses to retail chains, to entertainment venues, every kind of Katy business feels the impact.

Inside Katy Mills Mall, numerous food service operators have temporarily closed their locations. Additionally, several small and large retailers have posted “going out of business” signs or have already vacated. Economic strains have forced Bass Clothing, Lane Bryant, and Last Call Nieman Marcus to close soon as well.

Katy Mills Mall Retailers Affected by Pandemic Economy

  • Bass Factory Outlet – store closing

  • Catherine’s – closed

  • Dickies Retail Store – temporarily closed

  • Lane Bryant – store closing this week

  • Last Call Neiman Marcus – store closing

  • New York & Company – store closing

  • Vans – closed

  • Wilson Leather – store closing by end of the year

Katy Mills Mall Eateries Temporarily Closed

  • Dippin’ Dots

  • Nestle Toll House Café by Chip

  • Marble Slab Creamery

  • Asian Too

Many Local and National Chain Restaurants Have Closed

Katy restaurants and bars have been hit particularly hard, with several of them quietly closing their doors. Other establishments struggle to hang on until they can reopen at full capacity.


JD and Jessica Merritt opened Battlehops Brewery in Old Katy, a little over a year ago. During the last six months, they’ve had to close three times due to the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.


“It's been a tough year as we celebrated the brewery's first anniversary during a shutdown, but support from Katy is keeping the brewery alive,” says Jessica Merritt. "As a locally-owned small business, we're in this for the long haul and will do what's necessary to stick around."


In part two of this story, Katy Magazine will share the stories of more struggling local businesses, as well as Katy business leaders, to find out what can be expected in the months to come, and what the community can do to help.


Below is a list of closed, and temporarily closed, Katy-area businesses.

Aki Sushi and Asian Fusion – temporarily closed

410 W. Grand Pkwy South

Bernie’s Burger Bus – closed 23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd.

Big Paulie’s Pizzeria - closed 6420 FM 1463

Chicago Pizza – temporarily closed

24515 Katy Freeway

Cowboy Chicken – temporarily closed 20702 Katy Freeway

Duck n Bao - closed

510 S. Mason Road

Fuddruckers – temporarily closed

24033 Cinco Ranch Blvd.

Grazia – closed

22764 Westheimer Parkway

Land and Sea Sushi - closed

22720 Morton Ranch Road

Las Alamedas – closed

23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd.

Legend’s Café - closed

25707 Westheimer Parkway

Luby’s – temporarily closed

24033 Cinco Ranch Blvd.

Miyabi – temporarily closed

1315 W. Grand Parkway South

Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt – closed

22756 Westheimer Parkway

Pei Wei - closed

1590 S Mason Rd

Peli Peli - temporarily closed

23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd.

Queens Café - closed

3154 North Fry Road

Sammy’s Sports Bar & Grill - closed

22762 Westheimer Parkway

Subway - closed

1215 Fry Rd.

TGI Fridays Katy Mills – closed

5304 Bell Patna Drive

Zoners - closed

25810 Westheimer Parkway

Local fitness centers, retail stores and movie theatres have also been impacted by the economic blow from the coronavirus pandemic.


Fitness Businesses Closed in Katy

24-hour Fitness - closed

1719 Spring Green Blvd.

Altitude Trampoline Park – temporarily closed

24952 Katy Ranch Road

American Kids Athletics – closed

3211B N. Fry Road

Athlete Connection – temporarily closed

25311 Kingsland Blvd.

Cyclebar - closed

2717 Commercial Center Blvd.

K Dance and Fitness – temporarily closed

21732 Provincial Blvd.

Katy Kips Gymnastics Club - closed

281-578-5477

Krowd Kombat – closed until further notice 5446 1st Sreet

Motion Stretch - closed

23510 Cinco Ranch Blvd.

Shapes Fitness for Women - closed

23541 Westheimer Parkway

Closed Retailers in Katy Costumes and Dancewear - closed

515 S. Mason Road

Justice at LaCenterra – store closing

23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd.

Mystique Lingerie - closed

23114 Cinco Ranch Blvd.

Pier 1 Imports – store closing

1172 Fry Road

Entertainment Centers Closed by Governor's Orders

AMC Katy Mills 20 - temporarily closed

5000 Katy Mills Circle

Alamo Drafthouse - temporarily closed

2707 Commercial Center Blvd.


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