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1708 E. Sixth St., Austin, in mid-Octo- ber. Allday serves New-York style pies, made to order or by the slice. Allday serves specialty pies, such as its white pizza with roasted broccolini, garlic and lemon pepper seasoning; build-your-own options; salads; cold brew coffee; and gelato. The restaurant will be operating next to the Daydreamer bar out of a tiny home. Allday is owned by Daniel Sorg, Townsend Smith and Zak Drummond. www.allday.pizza 5 G’Raj Mahal , an Indian restaurant with a Texas-inspired menu, is reopen- ing on Austin’s East side in late 2022. The new menu will feature brisket tikka masala, smoked Tandoor-style chicken and frankies, and other South Asian and Texan combinations. It will also serve beer, wine and nonalcoholic drinks. G’Raj closed last July after 14 years on Rainey Street and will reopen at 2207 Alamo St., Austin. Facebook: G’Raj Mahal 6 A new hangout spot for book read- ers and wine drinkers will open this fall at 1101 E. 11th St., Austin. Vintage Books and Wine will feature a global selec- tion of wines, local beers, Nespresso coffee and tea, and a selection of new books. Vintage will be located in the Haehnel Building, a registered historic landmark that was built in 1880. Owner Jean Buckner says the name Vintage is a homonym that refers to both the decor in the shop and the year grapes are harvested for wine production. 512-551- 9215. www.vintagebooksandwine.com 7 Industry restaurant is opening a second location in Austin at 1211 E. Fifth St., Austin, in early October. Industry is owned by Harlan Scott and Cody Taylor, who named their restaurant as an
homage to people working in the service industry. They have an expansive menu with Texas-influenced dishes all made from scratch, 30 draft beers, wine and cocktails. Industry will offer breakfast and coffee in the morning and keep its kitchen open late. 512-564-8686.
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973 little pups. Jackie’s Small Paws will be located in the building next door and open to dogs under 30 pounds for overnight stays, supervised day care, nail trims, baths and other grooming services. Owner and Austinite Zachary Biderman said the new addition will be perfect for dogs who are intimidated by larger pups or for dogs who prefer play- ing with dogs their size. Jackie’s Small Paws is located at 2023 Airport Blvd., 8 Jackie’s Play and Stay , a dog groom- ing, boarding, and day care business, is expanding in fall 2022 to accommodate
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71 the first of eight planned locations. 512-900-1051. www.viomedspa.com COMING SOON ments. The Cepeda Branch Library is located at 651 N. Pleasant Valley Road, Austin. All Austin Public Library locations are now open for the first time since the start of the pandemic. 512-974-7372. www.library.austintexas.gov 3 Austin owners Kirk and Rebecca Risha opened V/O Med Spa Mueller on Sept. 22. The spa offers memberships for services such as body contouring, injectables, skin rejuvenation and spa services. The loca- tion, 1900 Aldrich St., Ste. 120, Austin, is 4 A new late-night pizza restaurant called Allday is expected to open on
130 TOLL Ste. 5, Austin. 512-626-4909. www.jackiesplayandstay.com ANNIVERSARIES
1 On Aug. 11, a skate and cycle track opened in Mueller. The Gaylord Sackler Memorial Skate Park is located at 3730 Manor Road, Austin. The park is free and open to all for skateboarding, incline skating and BMX riding. The track includes quarter pipes and a half-bowl. The park also has shaded rest areas, public bath- rooms and water fountains. 512-703-9202 2 The Cepeda Branch Library reopened Aug. 6 after being closed for a year and a half for renovations. The updated build- ing has new drywall, flooring, furniture and lighting, and landscape improve-
9 Batch Craft Beer and Kolaches is celebrating its fifth anniversary in Sep- tember. In addition to the anniversary, Batch will launch its new taco concept Lote. The menu, which includes sweet and savory kolaches, beer and coffee, will expand with tortas sliders, picadillo burritos, tacos, nachos and mulitas. Batch is located at 3220 Manor Road, Austin. 512-401-3025. www.batchatx.com
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