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Local Business Report

The City strives to support local businesses as they open and continue to grow. The Local Business Report (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 Local Business Report 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.

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Jun 08

'Lette Macarons

Posted on June 8, 2017 at 2:09 PM by Daniel Cortez

Featured Local Business Report for June 2017
1151 E. Southlake Boulevard
(817) 823-0079

With their fresh take on the classic Parisian macaron; 'lette was founded in 2007 by owner and macaron passionate Paulette Koumetz. Inspired by la passion du macaron that launched their first Beverly Hills shop, originally Paulette, they kept spreading the passion with 6 locations and online offerings for fans across the country; ‘lette them eat macarons!

The vivid hues of their unique macarons reflect the natural flavors and essences that infuse the ganache filling of these delicious almond cookies – each has its own personality, and all of them are made to savour for their delicacy and unique character.

Choose from their everyday classics as well as seasonal specialties. Orders placed online will be shipped overnight or may be picked up at a ‘lette shop nearby.
May 04

Steel City Pops

Posted on May 4, 2017 at 3:34 PM by Daniel Cortez

Featured Local Business Report for May 2017
1151 E. Southlake Boulevard
(817) 631-7339

In early 2012, Steel City Pops started the build-out of our first storefront in Homewood, Alabama; from there, things began to unfold rather quickly. They opened for business in May of 2012, serving pops out of their store, as well as from vending carts at local farmers’ markets and various places around town.

Now you can get your Steel City Pops at any of our locations – off of Central Avenue in Homewood, at our Airstream trailer off of Highway 280, the Summit in Birmingham, The Pantry in Crestline Village, University Blvd in Tuscaloosa, Lower Greenville in Dallas, Currie Street in Ft. Worth and now in Park Village in Southlake!

Steel City Pops are made in small batches from the freshest all-natural or certified organic ingredients, locally-harvested where possible. They only sweeten their pops with raw, organic cane sugar and never use artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives. Their menu features vegan-friendly fruity choices, and all of our pops are gluten-free and vegetarian. They are always creating new seasonal flavors and ideas, so check back with them often!