New Businesses Find Home in Lincoln Square
By Office of Communication
Posted on April 08, 2012, April 08, 2012

A slew of new businesses are popping up in Lincoln Square.

Hot food spots, beauty supply stores and clothing shops are among the new businesses to call Lincoln Square home.

Located in the city's entertainment district, Lincoln Square is one of the premiere destinations for shopping and dining.

"We have a great mix of entertainment, retail and restaurants, and we're thrilled to add to our center," said Pam Dawson, manager and leasing agent for Lincoln Square. "The new restaurants and retail will complement what we already have."

New businesses are:

Cool Berry Natural Frozen Yogurt

Natural yogurt flavors range from pomegranate and lychee to pumpkin and guava at this yogurt joint, which opened in March. The shop also has an outpost near University of Texas at Arlington.
www.facebook.com/coolberrynortharlington

Lupe's Tex Mex

Favorite dishes include camarones al mojo de ajo, or shrimp with garlic sauce, brisket tacos, and queso fundido with chorizo. This TexMex restaurant, which opened in January, is the second in North Texas. The original is in Bedford.

Michael's- COMING SOON!

Satisfy all of your artistic whims at the country's largest specialty retailer of arts, crafts, framing, floral, wall decor, scrapbooking, and more. www.michaels.com

Ulta- COMING SOON!

This large warehouse provides one-stop shopping for all of your beauty needs, from hard-to-find prestige brands to everyday drugstore deals. www.ulta.com

Chaucer's Sushi- COMING SOON!

Try the sashimi salad, salmon soup or a Chaucer's special, four slices of Jalapenos stuffed with crab meat, cream cheese and spicy tuna, deep fried and topped with chili oil and sweet eel sauce. With four other locations- Addison, Allen, Frisco and Lewisville- this sushi restaurant is a favorite of North Texas. www.chaucersrestaurant.com

Clothes Mentor- COMING SOON!

Second-hand women's clothing store sells gently used sought-after brands for about 70 percent less than mall prices. The store also pays cash for your clothes.

More could be on the way, Dawson said, with several additional new businesses in the works.

"We're working on a few new businesses, big-box stores and small shops," Dawson said. "After a few challenging years with the economy, retail is coming back." www.clothesmentor.com

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