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1. New chain with crazy discounts opens first Texas store in Arlington. Discounts are going down in Arlington with the arrival of Crazy Cazboy's, a buzzy discount superstore that opened in a former Tom Thumb at 5425 S. Cooper St. on March 26. Crazy Cazboy's is a membership-only store that sells just about everything including electronics, food, health & beauty, pet, baby, and sporting goods.
2. Cult favorite underwear brand opens first North Texas shop in Southlake. Tommy John, a cult-favorite underwear brand with the wink-wink-clever slogan "No Adjustment Needed," will make its Dallas-Fort Worth debut at Southlake Town Square on Saturday, April 3. The new 1,925-square-foot store is the company's second in Texas (behind Houston) and fifth nationwide. It's at 1426 Main St., across from LUSH.
3. COVID-19-friendly pizzeria from Dallas takes it to-go to Arlington. Arlington must be thanking its lucky stars because it's about to get a new pizzeria concept from Dallas: Zalat Pizza will open its first location in Arlington, in a former Firehouse Subs location at 1805 N. Collins St. #141. This location will function as a "ghost kitchen," strictly serving takeout through Zalat's website or delivery via third party delivery apps.
4. Luxe Fort Worth bus service Vonlane gets back on road to Austin for $99. In time for summer weddings, graduations, and all the other in-person gatherings Texans missed out on in 2020, Dallas-based luxury bus operator Vonlane is resuming routes among some of its most popular cities. Fort Worth passengers will finally be able to ride the "private jet on wheels" to Austin and back again, beginning May 2.
5. Fort Worth movie theater reopens after 7 months as major chain resumes service. After a lengthy hiatus triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, the Regal movie theater chain is reopening its U.S. locations in April and May, including one in Fort Worth. According to the Regal website, the Regal Fossil Creek, at 6100 North Frwy. in Fort Worth, will reopen May 21.