Pierogi Queen closes to League City and more business news

Pierogi Queen closed on May 20. (Jake Magee/Community Impact Newspaper)

Here’s a roundup of economic news from League City and Clear Lake.


Fuji Sushi Asian Cuisine opened its Kemah restaurant in March. Located at 212 FM 518, the sushi restaurant serves teriyaki, tempura, fried rice, sushi rolls and sashimi. They also have a restaurant in La Porte. 281-549-4006. http://fuji-sushi-asian-kitchen.business.site


The Galveston County North County Annex at 174 Calder Road, League City is being renovated. The Annex houses the Tax Office, County Clerk’s Office, District Clerk’s Office, Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4, and Precinct 4 Constable. temporary buildings located at 174 Calder Drive which opened to the public on March 21. 409-766-2200. www.galvestoncountytx.gov


The Polish restaurant Pierogi Queen closed on May 20. The restaurant at 2047 W. Main St., Ste. A8, League City, served European cuisine like pierogies or Polish dumplings; sausage sandwiches; and other simple Polish dishes. The owners cited high food prices and a lack of reliable workers as the reason for the closure, but said they received an outpouring of support in their final weeks. 713-244-4644. www.pierogiqueentx.com

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