Get to know the newest businesses to open in Dallas

Want to hit up the newest businesses to open in Dallas? From a nail salon to a shop that serves rolled ice cream, read on for the newest hot spots to land recently.

Snooze, an A.m. Eatery

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Now open at 3211 Oak Lawn Ave. in Oak Lawn is Snooze, an A.m. Eatery, a breakfast and brunch spot.

Try the Snooze Breakfast Burrito filled with scrambled eggs, hash browns, house black beans, cheddar and jack cheeses, or the Sandwich I Am, a soft pretzel roll filled with scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese and a sausage patty served with a side of smoked cheddar hollandaise and house hash browns. (Click here to view the entire menu.)

It's been well received thus far, with a 4.5-star rating out of 22 reviews on Yelp.

Beautique Nail Lounge

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Beautique Nail Lounge is a nail salon, that recently opened at 5111 Greenville Ave., Suite 130, in Upper Greenville.

The services it offers includes cuticle care, nail enhancement, waxing, manicures and pedicures, facials, body massages and more. For more information on the business or to schedule an appointment, click here to visit its website.  

The new salon is getting positive feedback with four stars out of four reviews on Yelp.

Wonders Ice Cream

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A newcomer to Bluffview, Wonders Ice Cream is a spot to score rolled ice cream that's located at 5150 Lemmon Ave., Suite 104.

There are 20 different flavors and signature items, which include Oreo, Cookie Monster, Matcha Berry, Coffee Bears, Cereal Killah and much more. Plus, don't forget about the almost endless list of toppings. (Check out the entire menu here.)

It's gotten rave attention on Yelp thus far with five stars out of eight reviews.

Ascension Annex

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New to 1540 Munger Ave., Suite R180, in the Arts District is Ascension Annex, a coffee roastery and breakfast and brunch spot, offering coffee and tea and more.

Choose from a vast selection of items like avocado toast, smoked salmon hash, Ascension granola or an omelet in the morning. In the afternoon, it offers sandwiches, paninis and salads. The drink menu includes coffee, hot and iced teas, beer, wine and juices and soft drinks. (Click here for the menu.)

It's getting solid attention from local diners with a 3.5-star rating out of three Yelp reviews.