The restaurant and fitness chain Cyclebar will join Winterfield Crossing, a mixed-use development anchored by an Aldi grocery store.
The My Favorite Muffin chain is making its Virginia debut at 10174 W. Broad St. in the Lexington Commons Shopping Center.
Royal Farms, a fried chicken-focused competitor to Wawa and Sheetz, will open at the intersection of East Hundred Road and Rivers Bend Boulevard.
Susan and John Davenport plan to open Conejo Cocina Mexicana at 5800 Patterson Ave. by the end of the year.
The Short Pump space of Derek Cha’s Hangry Joe’s Hot Chicken will be a few doors down from the original Sweet Frog store he founded.
“We decided that we really like the chicken tender business, and we thought we could build a better mousetrap,” said Go Bird co-owner Jeff Nicklas.
A redevelopment of 1616 Summit Ave. into a mixed-use project would add four condos and restaurant space at the intersection with Norfolk Street.
ChefSuite will outfit the former TitleMax building with 16 rentable commercial kitchens, each about 200 square feet with necessary cookware included.
The Supper Club at 417 N. Ridge Road will sell prepared meals but it won’t have a cafe or a seating area.
Housepitality Family’s lease for 11 Orleans St. starts in mid-September after the Key West-inspired seafood joint closes down. The concept that will replace it will be announced later.