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to the side of a main street” in Japanese. 512-893-5561. www.domo-tatsuya.com 2 Kerlin BBQ opened a new kolache-on- ly food truck, called Kerlaches , in April. The food truck is locally owned by Bill and Amelis Kerlin, who have been running Kerlin BBQ together for nine years. The menu features Texas-style kolaches such as its popular brisket and cheddar kolache and pork belly and pickled jalapeno ko- lache, and baked goods. Kerlaches is lo- cated at 2205 Webberville Road, Austin. It is open from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. or until sold out Wednesday-Sunday. 512-521-1604. www.kerlaches.com COMING SOON 3 Aviator Pizza and Drafthouse will open a location in the Mueller neigh- borhood later this fall. Local owner John McElroy said he is aiming to open the location, 1905 Aldrich St., Austin, by Oct. 1. The local chain sells pizzas, sandwiches and salads as well as offer- ing dozens of beers on tap. The original Aviator opened in Elgin, and there are now three other Austin-area locations. www.aviatorpizza.com 4 Inf1nity Views , a new office building previously known as 809 Skyline, will be located at 809 E. Eighth St., Austin. The project is owned by Rastegar Property Co. and leased by Stream Realty Partners. It will offer 24,700 square feet of office space and is set to open in the first half of 2023. www.steamrealty.com RENOVATIONS 5 University Hills Branch reopened May 21 following repairs from Winter Storm Uri and upgrades. The library, located at 4721 Loyola Lane, Austin, closed in February 2021 due to water damage from a burst pipe during the historic winter storm. Crews repaired the damage, replaced the roof, expanded the parking lot, completed electrical work, and installed new ceilings and flooring. 512-974-9940. www.library.austintexas. gov/university-hills-branch 6 The East Seventh Street Planned Parenthood Health Center, now called the Saúl González Health Center , reopened May 16. The health center, located at 1823
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Report Loose Dogs on the Mobile app. 8 Pump Studios celebrated 15 years of helping Austin create and engineer new products in May. Pump Studios, which is located at 1023 Springdale Road, Ste. 4A, Austin, at Springdale General, offers assistance with design, prototyping, testing and production support for busi- nesses developing new products. Some of the projects the company has helped develop include creating an automatic ball launcher with iFetch and the Vulcan 3D Printer with Icon. 512-628-0921. www.pumpstudios.com 130 TOLL E. Seventh St., Austin, initially closed in May 2019 for renovations, which were delayed during the pandemic. The clinic offers reproductive health care products, breast and cervical cancer screenings, sexually transmitted infection testing and treatment, preventive exams, pregnancy testing and other services. 512-795-4142. www.plannedparenthood.org RELOCATIONS 7 The Travis County Tax Office head- quarters began moving into its new loca- tion in June. The office will be located at 2433 Ridgepoint Drive, Austin, and is named the Nelda Wells Spears Building in honor of the first Black tax asses- sor-collector in the state, who retired from Travis County in 2011 and died in 2018. The tax office was previously located on Airport Boulevard with other Travis County departments. Some divi- sions might move ahead of others. The tax office also has four other locations throughout the county. 512-854-9473. www.tax-office.traviscountytx.gov ANNIVERSARIES 973
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Ramen Tatsu-Ya. Domo Alley-Gato is a patio, bar and events space open daily from 4 p.m.-midnight. The menu includes craft cocktails, sake and beer. It also offers a food menu, featuring items such as a teriyaki beef frank in a fried panko brioche bun topped with chili. The space is based on a tachinomiya, or standing bar, and yokocho, meaning “alleyways off
1 Domo Alley-Gato reopened April 21 at 1600 E. Sixth St., Austin. The restau- rant, part of the Tatsu-Ya restaurant chain, closed temporarily to serve as an outdoor dining space for neighboring
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