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COMING SOON 6 Nashville hot chicken restaurant Tumble 22 will add a third location in the Austin area in July at 2304 Lake Austin Boulevard, formerly the site of Magnolia Cafe. Tumble 22 is aiming to open in July and initially will open only for takeout. Magnolia Cafe announced April 16 it would close its original location after more than 40 years. 512-520-1998. www.tumble22.com 7 Verbena, a new restaurant and bar at the forthcoming Canopy by Hilton Hotel at 612 W. Sixth St., Austin, is scheduled to open in July. The restaurant from chef Nic Yanes of Juniper and Uncle Nicky’s will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner focused on seasonal, locally sourced ingredients. The adjacent hotel is also scheduled to open in 2020. 512-991-3100. www.verbenaatx.com ANNIVERSARIES 8 Austin Java celebrated its 25th anniversary in Austin in May. While the original location of the local cafe at 1206 Parkway closed in 2019, Austin Java still has four open locations—including one at the Austin City Hall building, 301 W. Second St., Austin. 512-481-9400. www.austinjava.com C LOSINGS 9 Plush owner Ryan Cunningham an- nounced May 23 that the club at 617 Red River Street, which had been open since 2000, has closed permanently. “I want to personally thank all of you for your time, love, and everything else you’ve done to help keep us open over the past 20 years,” Cunningham wrote in a Facebook post. 512-478-0099. www.plushatx.com 10 Barracuda, a music venue located at 611 E. Seventh St., Austin, announced its permanent closure on June 10. In May, Austin City Council members said they would look into purchasing existing music venues to control costs for the music and arts communities. Without interven- tion, Red River Merchants Association executive director Cody Cowan said the COVID-19 pandemic would be the “nail in the coffin” for live music venues in Austin. www.barracudaaustin.com
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from the Key Bar patio and the Taco Flats food truck will be parked at the West Sixth Street bar. At both Key Bar and the La Holly location on East Sixth Street, the patios will be open while the inside of the bars remain closed, according to owner Simon Madera. 512-215-9949. www.cantinaholly.com 4 Wanderlust Wine Co. opened at 610 N. I-35 in May. Due to the restrictions around the coronavirus pandemic, owner Sammy Lam started virtual wine tasting events in March before opening the self- pour wine bar in a limited capacity. Lam said he’s planning a grand opening event once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted completely. The wine bar features an Italian food truck, The Heel of the Boot, outside behind the space. 956-212-7848. www.wanderlustwine.com 5 Veracruz All Natural opened a walk- up window for customers on foot and other pedestrian traffic at the Line Hotel, 111 E. Cesar Chavez St., Austin, as of May 25. The new location replaces Dean’s One Trick Pony, a bar and restaurant that opened in 2018. The other Veracruz loca- tions remain open. 512-665-2713 . www.veracruzallnatural.com
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1 P. Terry’s opened a new location at 517 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Aus- tin, on May 19. The restaurant just south of the University of Texas was formerly a Taco Ranch. The dining room of the new location opened May 19 in accordance with the state’s reopening laws. All P. Terry’s are now open for dine-in and drive-thru service. Customers who dine in must wear face coverings to enter and move around the restaurant. 737-212-0420. www.pterrys.com 2 Keep Safe Care opened its Central Austin office on June 16 at 1704 West Av- enue. The service matches caregivers with clients and, according to owner Jeffrey Fry, its system “reduces the chronic prob- lems of caregiver truancy and turnover.” 512-766-0150. www.keepsafecare.com 3 La Holly opened a pop-up at Key Bar, 617 W. Sixth St., Austin, on May 22. For the next six months, La Holly will be serving drinks, including frozen cocktails,
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11 After 23 years in business, Café Josie owner Cody Taylor announced the restaurant’s permanent closure on June 5. Taylor bought the restaurant at 1200 W. Sixth St., Ste. B, from longtime Austin chef Charles Mayes in 2013 after Mayes opened Café Josie in 1997. 512-322-9226. www.cafejosie.com
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