Southlake Business Spotlight

The City strives to support local businesses as they open and continue to grow. The Southlake Business Spotlight (formally known as the Local Business Report or LBR) provides for a great opportunity for local businesses to provide some unique information about what makes their business a great addition to the community. The Southlake Business Spotlight is presented and recorded at a City Council meetings.  Please take a moment and see some of the great local businesses that Southlake has to offer.

To sign up click HERE.

Apr 08

Shake Shack

Posted on April 8, 2019 at 4:04 PM by Daniel Cortez

Shake Shack

125 Central Avenue
(817) 809-8545

Shake Shack sprouted from a hot dog cart in Madison Square Park in Manhattan to support the Madison Square Park Conservancy’s first art installation. The cart was quite the success, with Shack fans lined up daily for three summers.

In 2004, a permanent kiosk opened in the park: Shake Shack was born. This modern day “roadside” burger stand serves up the most delicious burgers, hot dogs, frozen custard, shakes, beer, wine and more. An instant neighborhood fixture, Shake Shack welcomed people from all over the city, country and world who gathered together to enjoy fresh, simple, high-quality versions of the classics in a majestic setting. The rest, as they say, is burger history.

Come visit the newest Shack in Southlake Town Square!
Mar 06

The Old Nocona Boot Factory

Posted on March 6, 2019 at 11:09 AM by Daniel Cortez

The Old Nocona Boot Factory
234 State Street
(817) 329-9960

The Old Nocona Boot Factory is the original factory building built by Miss Enid Justin to build Nocona Boots in the town of Nocona, Texas in 1948.

Nocona, Texas has been known as the "Leather Capitol of North America," housing Justin Boots, Nocona Boots and Nokona Ballgloves in it's century-plus history of leather  craftsmanship.

The town's history goes back to when the Justin family moved to Nocona, Texas in 1889 to build boots for cowboys on the Chisholm Trail from Texas to Kansas. They have revived that American spirit of determination by restoring the old factory building back to glory and bringing boots back to Nocona, Texas.

Join them at the Southlake store to honor cowboy tradition, Texas history and American craftsmanship!

Feb 07

On Point Acupuncture & Wellness

Posted on February 7, 2019 at 2:40 PM by Daniel Cortez

On Point Acupuncture & Wellness
596 N. Kimball Avenue, Suite 110
(972) 863-2895

On Point Acupuncture and Wellness goes above and beyond your general acupuncture therapy to set the stage for Southlake Acupuncture Therapy. Their Southlake acupuncture therapy clinic is a holistic method of mending a wide array of physical ailments from pain and sickness, to headaches and weight problems just to name a few. Their acupuncture therapy in Southlake is rooted by Traditional Chinese Medicine and is a highly effective alternative to standard Western medicine. 

On Point is run by Southlake Acupuncturist, Kalpesh L. Patel, L.Ac., who has experienced the benefits of Acupuncture firsthand. While studying for his undergrad, he experienced severe tendinitis as a result of years of lifting weights. He visited several Western medicine doctors as his case worsened, and almost lost hope until stumbling upon Acupuncture Therapy. After two-series of sessions, he has fully recovered from his tendinitis.

On Point Acupuncture & Wellness not only specializes in Acupuncture, but they also offer services in Cupping, Herbal Chinese Medicine, Essential Oils, Sports Medicine, Massage Therapy and Facial Rejuvenation. They try to bring a new level of capability to their Southlake acupuncture therapy clinic. Keeping this connection in mind, Southlake acupuncturist, Patel, is evolving the way acupuncture therapy is done in Southlake, not only to help heal impairments from injury, but they use his programming to implement Cupping, Aroma Acu-point Therapy and so on for the same purpose in becoming the top acupuncturist in Southlake.