641 West Crosstimbers Road
This was originally a location of Kroger, possibly built as a grocery companion to a 1950s-era Sears store (like the Midtown Fiesta, and the Sears is still there as of this writing, and they even turn the big neon lighting on occasionally), as it is connected to it via parking. It is an unusual building that doesn't quite match with Kroger prototypes (similar to the "Superstore" designs but with significant modifications), likely to fit into lot requirements. The store was built, according to HCAD, in 1978, and has cars in it according to Google Earth's 1978 aerial (though Google Earth seems conflicted between whether the picture was taken in December 1977 or December 1978), but it's also the first and last time the lot has cars in it (empty in 1989 and 1995), although a directory lists it in 1991.
Kroger seems to have disposed of this around fall 1998, coincidentally the same time they rebuilt the former Safeway/AppleTree at 43rd Street, but it was sold directly to Charles Bertani, who owned Family Bingo (originally located at Pinemont and Ella, and moved it to here shortly thereafter). I would venture a guess it closed between 1994 and 1998 after absorbing a number of AppleTree stores (as there were two AppleTrees that were sold to Kroger within two miles of this store), but if Kroger SOLD it in 1998 it could've been closed for years. The two pictures are the author's, taken this month, but a day apart.