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More stores and restaurants are on their way to The Shops at Clearfork. Here's a quick look at eight more joining the lineup.
The storied, Dallas-based jewelry retailer is planning to open in the fall. This location, a 2,300-square-foot space on Monahans Avenue next to Burberry, will be an authorized dealer of Rolex timepieces and will also carry brands like Omega, Tag Heuer and Breitling.
Another jewelry retailer, Ylang 23, will open in September in a 2,200-square-foot space between Louis Vuitton and Tory Burch. The shop will carry jewelry by designers like Jennifer Meyer, Cathy Waterman and Irene Neuwirth, along with up-and-coming names like Raphaele Canot, RedLine and Retrouvai.
This mini-chain of day spas, which began in Austin's 2nd Street District, will open its sixth location at Clearfork. The 7,800-square-foot spa and salon will offer massages, facials, peels, waxing and other treatments. It's scheduled to open sometime in 2019.
Southlake-based Boardroom Salon for Men continues to grow fast, with another location set to open in Clearfork in the fall. Known for its old-fashioned, country club-esque environment, Boardroom's 1,515-square-foot salon will offer cuts and shaves, alongside its signature amenities like a pool table, chessboard and complimentary drinks. The salon will be located on Monahans Avenue between Malai Kitchen and Tommy Bahama.
On the dining end, Doc B's Fresh Kitchen is planning an August opening, with a menu featuring seasonal entrées, salads, burgers and sandwiches. The restaurant will open on Marathon Avenue near Luna Grill.
Also opening in August is UNTUCKit, a fashion retailer dedicated to designing shirts that can be worn untucked. The 1,838-square-foot shop will carry a menswear line that includes T-shirts, polos and sports jackets, along with women's and children's products. It will open at Monahans Avenue between Neiman Marcus and City Works Eatery and Pour House.
This Dallas-based gourmet confectionary, known for its detailed, hand-painted designs, will open a 536-square-foot shop late this summer on Marathon Avenue, next to CRU Food & Wine Bar. Expect flavors like grapefruit cashew, sweet potato and lavender apricot.
Aside from restaurants and retail — plastic surgeon Emily Kirby, who currently serves as chief of plastic surgery at Harris Methodist Hospital, will also open an office at Clearfork. The practice will offer treatments like Coolsculpting, BOTOX and facials. It's slated to open later this summer.