A dozen new businesses set to open in Cupertino

new businesses in Cupertino

In the past few months, seven new businesses opened in Cupertino, according to Angela Tsui, the city’s economic development manager.

In the coming months, five new businesses will open in formerly occupied spaces, while another seven will open in new spaces that are under construction, Tsui reported in the city’s monthly newsletter.

Here’s the list of new businesses that have already opened:

  • Apple Park Store, Visitor Center & Café at 10600 N. Tantau Avenue
  • CBI Boiling Fish at The Marketplace (formerly Lan’s Garden)
  • The Habit Burger Grill at 20735 Stevens Creek Boulevard (formerly Noodles & Co.)
  • Hai Di Lao Hot Pot Restaurant at Main Street Cupertino
  • Lighthouse Bank at 19240 Stevens Creek Boulevard
  • Residence Inn by Marriott at Main Street Cupertino
  • Starbucks in Monta Vista

And here are the businesses that are set to open in vacant spaces formerly occupied by businesses:

  • Galpao Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse at 19780 Stevens Creek Boulevard (formerly Elephant Bar)
  • Pokeholics at 19929 Stevens Creek Boulevard (formerly Icebox)
  • Pizza Hut will relocate to 21666 Stevens Creek Boulevard (formerly Monta Vista Farmers Market)
  • Rori Rice at The Marketplace (formerly T-Swirl Crepe)
  • XLB Kitchen at 10235 S. De Anza Boulevard (formerly Pebbles Café)

And these businesses are set to open soon in spaces that are under construction:

  • Boiling Point at Nineteen800
  • Hyatt House Hotel at 10380 Perimeter Road
  • Jin Tea Shop at Nineteen800
  • Koja Kitchen at Ninteen800
  • Orangetheory Fitness at Main Street Cupertino
  • Pet Club at Homestead Square
  • Stout Burgers & Beer at Nineteen800

Tsui urged residents to “make it a habit to support our local businesses, which strengthens economic vitality and are an essential part of our community fabric.”