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of fresh sh, sauces and toppings. The Austin-based restaurant locations in Round Rock and Northwest Austin. www.pokehouseatx.com 10 Monarch Liquor is set to open in Lakeway by early November at 1700 N. RM 620, Ste. 107-B, Lakeway. The liquor store has a second Austin location at 1902 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. www.facebook.com/monarchliquour 11 Locally owned winery 5 Soul Wine Co. is set to open in the fall on a 9-acre site shared with Frontyard Brewing at 4514 Bob Wire Road, Spicewood. The winery is focused on bringing California wine to the Texas Hill Country. 5 Soul Wine Co. will feature at 2,800-square- foot tasting room, patio and outdoor area. The location does not have a phone number at this time. www.5soulwine.com RELOCATIONS 12 Amy’s Ice Creams opened Sept. 19 in its new Hill Country Galleria location, next to Mana Culture, at 1340 Galleria Circle, Ste. 140, Bee Cave. The Aus- tin-based ice cream shop moved from its previous location within the galleria’s central plaza. 512-263-2903. www.amysicecreams.com EXPANSIONS Mobile haircut company SpaDash ex- panded its services to the West Lake Hills area in September. SpaDash, which was founded by University of Texas at Austin alumni, employs state-licensed hair stylists that will travel to clients’ homes or oces. Stylists utilize a portable salon station and mirror for each appointment, along with a tarp to protect the area from hair clippings. Appointments and pay- ments can be made through the SpaDash app, where clients can also pick their stylist. 512-596-3959. www.spadash.com ANNIVERSARIES 13 Salt Traders Coastal Cooking cel- ebrated the one-year anniversary of its Zilker location Sept. 22 at 1101 S. MoPac, Austin. The seafood restaurant oers dishes including a shrimp and lobster roll, wood-red salmon and raw bar selec- tions. Salt Traders Coastal Cooking has an additional location in Round Rock. Both locations are open for both dine-in and curbside service. 737-484-0095. www.salttraderscc.com
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NOWOPEN 1 Bokabuku opened Sept. 12 in the Hill Country Galleria near Cinemark at 12820 Hill Country Blvd., Bee Cave. The women’s boutique oers a selection of clothing, accessories and gifts for all ages in a variety of shapes and styles. 512-394-7346 www.bokabuku.com 2 Los Angeles-based Dog Haus is scheduled to open Oct. 10 at 7701 N. RM 620, Austin, and will be the rst of ve upcoming Austin locations. The restau- rant will focus on gourmet hot dogs, sausages, black Angus burgers and craft beer. It is owned by spouses Frank and Cathy Zoella. The newly constructed 2,600-square-foot space will feature 24 tap beers, televisions and a custom playlist, according to a press release from the company. 512-344-9481. www.doghaus.com 3 Four Points Outdoor Eatery opened in October at 6901 N. RM 620, Austin. The outdoor eatery features eight to 10 international food trailers and a covered patio. The owners also operate the four locations of Mesa Rosa Mexican Restau- rant, which has been in the Austin area for 27 years. 512-789-6250. A website is under construction.
4 Frontyard Brewing opened to oer beer to-go service Sept. 25 in its new craft brewery the Spicewood region. The company is anticipating opening its tap room at 4514 Bob Wire Road, Spicewood, by early fall. The brewery sits on nearly nine acres of land and will feature an out- door patio, pickle ball courts and more. 512-772-2600. www.frontyardbrewing.com 5 Local yoga and wellness studio, Serasana Bee Cave reopened for in-person yoga classes Sept. 15. The studio located at 15500 W. Hwy. 71, Bee Cave, is oering a variety of in-person and virtual classes that can be found on the location’s website. Capacity will be limited to six students per class, and all guests will need to complete a COVID-19 screening questionnaire. The studio will also conduct temperature checks and follow disinfecting protocols, accord- ing to owner Christie Garbe. Along with yoga classes, Serasana Bee Cave oers massage, acupuncture, facials and other services. 512-387-8000. www.serasana.com/bee/cave 6 The Gramercy planned to celebrate its grand opening Oct. 9 after this issue of Community Impact Newspaper went to press. The Gramcery is located at 1516 S. RM 620, Lakeway. The 1920s art deco-in- spired restaurant and bar was named
after The Gramercy Park Hotel in New York City. Menu items include entrees such as shrimp and grits and a variety of signature cocktails. 512-575-8828. www.gramercylakeway.com 7 Women’s clothing store Urban Chic opened at the Hill Country Galleria on Sept. 1 at 12700 Hill Country Blvd., Ste. E-115, Bee Cave. The apparel and accessory store was formally called The Embellished Cottage and was located in the Marble Falls area. 512-263-0001. www.urabnchictx.com 8 Signed Sealed Delivered opened in the Hill Country Galleria Sept. 17 at 12912 Hill Country Blvd., Bee Cave. The shop oers home decor; holiday decorations; and gifts, including candles, soaps and wreaths. Signed Sealed Delivered will also oer home decorating services. 479-899-6699. www.signedsealeddelivered.com COMING SOON 9 Locally owned Poke House is plan- ning on opening at a new location at 3652 Bee Caves Road, West Lake Hills. The owners are anticipating opening by early January. Poke House oers customizable Hawaiian poke bowls featuring a variety
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