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Open for Business: Pappy’s Place

Pappy’s Place came under new ownership; Napleton Autowerks/Missouri Inc. moved; and St. Louis barbecue chain Sugarfire Smokehouse made its Springfield debut.

Tru by Hilton launched; Abilities First merged two offices; and Mercy Clinic Family Medicine-Scenic opened.

The former owner of a vape shop changed directions with the opening of Queen City Soda & Sweets; Indian grocery store Bombay Bazaar opened; and three businessmen teamed up to start Battlefield Pharmacy LLC

The Springfield franchisee of Cincinnati-based Pet Wants began a brick-and-mortar store; SpringHill Suites by Marriott-Springfield North opened; and longtime Farmers Insurance agent Robert “Dewayne” Merritt started a Springfield agency.

Colleen and Ryan Sundlie launched a new Commercial Street venture next door to their Date Lady Inc. business; Citizens Memorial Hospital finalized the purchase of Stephens Pharmacy Inc.; and a retail gift and apparel shop primarily aimed at men, dubbed H.I.M., opened.

The first of a three-phase senior health care community in Rogersville opened; Cafe Basilico got its start on C-Street; and Rooney McBride & Smith LLC tripled its space in a move.

The Workshop began operations in the Finley Farms development in Ozark; grocer Aldi opened its third Springfield store; and Mercy added a new obstetrics and gynecology clinic.

Salt & Light Pilates opened in Chesterfield Village; on-demand delivery service GoPuff launched; and law firm Douglas, Haun & Heidemann relocated in Bolivar.

The former Aunt Martha’s Pancake House was renovated into lifestyle goods marketplace and design studio House Counsel; Mochas and Meows LLC opened its doors; and the Greene County Operations Center opened.

The Press Coffee and Juice Bar moved to Brentwood Center North; newest urgent care facility for CoxHealth opened; and The Bodysmith relocated.

Burnsville, Minnesota-based Northern Tool and Equipment opened its first Springfield store; Jacqueline Jadidian launched Senior Living Guidance LLC; and consignment shop Village Boutique LLC moved to its new Bolivar home.

The Beauty Factory LLC relocated; cannabis hemp store Swin Dispensaries opened; and Bolivar Eye Care moved from its longtime home.

Health care clinic Ozzie Smith IMAC Regeneration Center relocated; Mercy opened a $27 million health clinic; and former insurance adviser Clay Trautman started The Cast Group.

Vantage Rooftop Lounge and Conservatory opened atop Hotel Vandivort's new building; Tonik Sweetwater Saloon got its start; and husband and wife Shane and Hannah Stout opened Bohemian Smoke Shop.

Bon Bon’s Candy House relocated to Brentwood Center North; Live Pure Yoga and Fitness came under new ownership; and technology startup CellARide LLC made the move downtown.

SBJ Publishing Inc. moved to Chesterfield Village; the first restaurant since 2002 at the Shepherd of the Hills attraction in Branson began serving customers; and Big Air Trampoline Park got its start in Branson.

Interpres Building Solutions LLC gave former Springfield Fire Station No. 6 new life; Crave Cookie Dough added a south-side store; and Kansas-based Artistic Works by Lu LLC opened a brick-and-mortar shop.

Ensley & Swann Boutique & Marketplace opened; Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen added a Branson location; and attorneys Danielle Kincaid and Angela Myers started a new firm.

Hold Fast Brewing debuted as the ninth brewery in operation in the Queen City; Nest Interiors LLC moved in Ozark; and New York City-based Smart Choice Communications LLC relocated to a new Queen City home.

Downtown jazz club The Hepcat opened; husband and wife Jerry and Crystal Yarnell began a shuttle service that takes visitors to area breweries; and The Lash Room and Brow Bar LLC relocated.

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Open for Business: Pappy’s Place

Pappy’s Place came under new ownership; Napleton Autowerks/Missouri Inc. moved; and St. Louis barbecue chain Sugarfire Smokehouse made its Springfield debut.

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