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Businesses hope to thrive as 2021 continues, grow in ‘new reality’

LUCKILY, WE WERE ABLE TO BAND TOGETHER, STAY POSITIVE

BY TAYLOR GIRTMAN

Salt and Waves Salon in Leander was open for less than one year when it tem- porarily closed during the pandemic. The salon saw its busiest months after reopening in May and continues to see clients who are new to the area or who see the salon’s social media posts, salon owner Libby Bednarek said. The business started with six stylists in June 2019 and currently has 13 on sta with two in training. In the new year, continued educa- tion is important for Bednarek and her stylists to reinspire them after a tough year. She wants to give them the tools to become successful and grow together as a team. “That, to me, is really important for someone to have passion,” she said. “And we really exceed that beyond what the requirement is.” Businesses that opened in 2020 faced dierent challenges. Alicia and Jared Wennstrom opened Humble Pint Brewing Co. in April. They closed and reopened the Leander brewpub four times in its rst year. Jared Wennstrom said his industry was “sucker-punched every week” in conicting instructions from the gov- ernor and the Texas Alcoholic Bever- age Commission. Today, the taproom runs at 50% capacity. Beers are sold with pretzels to meet state allowances, which requires at least 51% of income to not be alcohol sales. When the Wennstroms began CONTINUED ON 24

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6 Soup Shop on Dec. 16 began serving customers at 11416 N. RM 620, Austin, inside Kasian Boil. The eatery serves more than a dozen soups for pickup orders with homemade seasonal options and grilled cheese sandwiches. 737-236-8473. www.soup-shop.com 7 Whipped Bakery & Cafe opened Jan. 11 at 15609 Ronald Reagan Blvd., Ste. B220, Leander. The bakery sells macarons, cakes, cupcakes, French pas- tries, cake rolls, coee drinks and more. Owners Dawn Ki and Jason Pak previously ran the business as a home bakery for 10 years before opening Whipped. Hours are Mondays through Saturdays from 8 a.m.- 8 Cedar Park Dental Wellness plans to open its family dentistry oce in April. Located at 251 N. Bell Blvd., Cedar Park, the oce of Dr. Regina Yunusov will oer exams, cleanings, llings, extractions, root canals, implants and Invisalign. 512-640-8240. https://cedarparkdentalwellness.com 9 Laurel Dental , a general dentistry oce, will open in March at 10824 E. Crystal Falls Parkway, Ste. 303, Leander. Dr. Aliisha Choucair said she will open the practice after having served Leander and nearby communities for 10 years. 512-900-1720. www.laureldentaltx.com 10 Milano Pizza will soon open a second location in Cedar Park. The pizza restaurant, located at 251 N. Bell Blvd., Ste. 117, Cedar Park, will have dine-in, car- ryout and delivery services, according to its website. The restaurant’s rst location 8 p.m. 512-986-7988. http://whippedatx.com COMING SOON

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NOWOPEN 1 Anjappar Indian Cuisine in early December opened its doors to customers at 12233 N. RM 620, Ste. 205, Austin. The Anderson Mill-area restaurant serves thali, idly and other authentic Indian dish- es with vegan and vegetarian options. 512-382-0262. www.anjapparaustin.com 2 An Thinh Asian Cuisine opened Dec. 2 in Leander. The restaurant oers sushi, bento boxes, hibachi fried rice, pho,

pad thai, bahn mi and more, according to its menu. It is located at 2802 US 183, Leander. 512-548-6000. Facebook: An Thinh Asian Cuisine 3 Blue Water Homecare opened Dec. 14 at 660 S. Bagdad Road, Leander. Blue Water Homecare is an in-home, non- medical home care agency. The business was launched in 2017. 512-872-2955. www.bluewaterhomecare.com 4 El Patron Tacos & More opened

Jan. 11 at 303 N. Bell Blvd., Cedar Park. The menu includes breakfast plates, breakfast tacos, tortas, tacos, enchiladas, quesadillas and other dishes, according to its Facebook page. 737-212-0501. www.facebook.com/elpatrontacosnmore 5 Funk Group , a full-service real estate brokerage, opened a brick-and-mortar location Jan. 1 at 660 S. Bagdad Road, Ste. 420, Leander. The brokerage opened in 2014. 512-705-9722. www.funk.com

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15 Swish Dental will open a dentistry oce in Cedar Park on March 15. The oce will oer family services, cosmetic dentistry, general dentistry, Invisalign and oral surgery. It will be at 12160 W. Parmer Lane, Ste. 110, Cedar Park. 512-866-3184. www.swishsmiles.com /location/cedar-park NEWOWNERSHIP 16 Austin-based hospitality compa- ny K&N Management has sold Mighty Fine Burgers Fries & Shakes , which has existed in the Greater Austin area for more than 10 years, to restaurateurs Tony Ciola and Creed Ford, co-owners and founders of Tc4 & Co., the hospitality company behind Tony C’s Coal Fired Pizza and The League Kitchen & Tavern. The burger chain operates out of ve loca- tions including one in Cedar Park at 1335 E. Whitestone Blvd., Ste. 100, Cedar Park. www.mightyneburgers.com IN THE NEWS 17 Local specialty care group Texas Or- thopedics , with a location at 1401 Medical Parkway, Bldg. B, Ste. 120, Cedar Park, announced Jan. 4 it has merged with ve other orthopedic practices from Dallas, Houston and Tyler to form OrthoLoneStar. The new OrthoLoneStar is now the largest independent orthopedic group in Texas. 512-439-1009. www.txortho.com

in South Austin serves specialty pizzas, subs, calzones, wings and more. http://milanopizzaaustin.com 11 My Eyelab will open March 1 at 1400 E. Whitestone Blvd., Ste. 400, Cedar Park. The business oers tele- health-based eye exams; contact lenses; and glasses for men, women and chil- dren. 512-995-7670. www.myeyelab.com/locations/cedar-park 12 Pedego Electric Bikes will open a Cedar Park location in late February at 1310 E. Whitestone Blvd., Ste. 560, Cedar Park. The store sells and rents electric bicycles. 512-986-7344. www.pedegoelectricbikes.com/ dealers/cedar-park 13 A second Cedar Park location of Raising Cane’s is planned, according to state records. The restaurant, located at 2920 S. Lakeline Blvd., Cedar Park, will replace the PDQ restaurant that closed in 2019. The company said it could not provide an opening date due to “possible changes in construction schedules and other factors.” www.raisingcanes.com 14 Austin-based Restore Hyper Well- ness + Cryotherapy will open a Cedar Park location in the second quarter of 2021, according to the company. The location at 4701 183A Toll, Ste. 100, Cedar Park, will oer cryotherapy, IV drip therapy, compression therapy and other wellness services. https://restore.com

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Funding source: Cedar Park Community Development Corp. (Type B) 3 Cedar Park intersection improve- ments project This project will improve several inter- sections located at A C-Bar Ranch Trail and Whitestone Boulevard, B Arrow Point Drive and Whitestone, C Discovery Boulevard and Whitestone, D Lakeline Boulevard and Whitestone and E Kenai Drive and Parmer Lane. Cedar Park City Council approved an agreement with Alliance Transportation Group Inc. in March. The project is in the design phase. Construction is expected to begin in the Design cost : not to exceed $190,000 Funding source: Cedar Park 2015 general obligation bonds ONGOING PROJECTS 4 CR 290 at Nameless Road intersec- tion improvements CR 290 will be widened at Nameless Road, or RM 2243, as part of the Leander Capital Improvement Project. The project will allow westbound cars to turn onto Nameless when there is another vehicle at the intersection, according to the city. Leander City Council approved a con- struction contract to Austin Underground Inc. on Nov. 5. Timeline: TBD Cost: $236,701.50 Funding source: Leander Capital Im- provement Projects fund 5 San Gabriel Parkway extension This project connects San Gabriel Parkway from CR 270 to Ronald Reagan Boulevard. The central portion of the four-lane divided roadway, or Phase 1, is complete, according to city spokesperson Mike Neu. Phase 2 is in design. Timeline: November 2018-TBD Cost: $1.56 million Funding source: Leander general obliga- tion bonds summer, according to the city. Timeline: summer 2021-TBD

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UPCOMING PROJECTS 1 Anderson Mill Road reconstruction Phase 2 The second phase of construction will widen Anderson Mill Road between Cy- press Creek Road and Zeppelin Drive and from Gaspar Bend to RM 1431. The road is currently two lanes and will become a four-lane roadway. Construction is ex- pected to begin in mid-2021. Phase 1 was completed in March 2019 as a partnership between the city and Williamson County. The completed $7.3 million project recon- structed the road between Whitestone Boulevard and Gaspar Bend. Timeline: 2021-TBD Cost: not to exceed $6 million

Funding source: Cedar Park 2015 vot- er-approved street and road bond 2 Bell Boulevard at Cypress Creek Road intersection improvements The intersection project will improve the southbound right-turn lane on Bell Bou- levard at Cypress Creek Road. The right- turn lane will be widened for safer turns and brought up to Texas Department of Transportation standards, according to the city. Cedar Park City Council approved a design agreement with Dannenbaum Engineering Co.-Austin in March 2020. The project is in the preliminary engi- neering phase. Timeline: TBD Design cost : not to exceed $75,000

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DEVELOPMENT Upcoming tech campuses continue development along Parmer Lane

development, which already houses tech tenants including Paypal, eBay and Electronic Arts. Marc Bellet, director of asset management and national director of development for Accesso, said the company has received approval to build up to 1,800 apartment units on the site as well as up to 80,000 square feet of retail. Accesso will not begin work on the expansion in 2021 as it irons out pre-construction details. “YOU CANBE ANYWHERE WITHINAMATTEROF 30MINUTES. YOU CAN BE OUT INROUNDROCK OR LEANDER IN 10OR 15 MINUTES. ITHASBECOME ITS OWN LITTLE HUB.” SUSAN HORTON, 2021 PRESIDENT OF AUSTIN BOARD OF REALTORS “We’re hoping to see some action in the next 18-24 months,” Bellet said. Apple is one of the latest high-tech brands to expand in or wholly relocate to Austin. In Northwest Austin alone,

tech giants Amazon and Facebook both occupy signicant square footage in The Domain. The Parmer corridor’s positioning near the northernmost boundaries of Austin’s city limits also provides an amenity that other development sites across the city may not be able to oer incoming tech companies—access to aordable housing for its workforce. The median home price in Cedar Park is nearly $70,000 lower than the mark in Northwest Austin, as dened by the coverage area of Community Impact Newspaper , according to December market data from the Austin Board of Realtors. In Round Rock, the median price of a home is $316,000—more than $100,000 cheaper than in North- west Austin. Neighboring cities Cedar Park and Round Rock have also developed enough in the past decade that they can provide suitable housing, dining and entertainment options for the tens of thousands of white-collar workers expected to work out of oce spaces in the next decade, according to local real estate leaders.

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employees in 2022, construction of the Apple campus o Parmer is well underway and will continue through- out the next year. According to recent permits led with the city of Austin, the international tech giant is currently constructing its oce space across separate buildings as well as a cafe and parking garages. The company has previously stated it will immediately employ 5,000 new workers at its $1 billion campus o Parmer. Ultimately, Apple has stated this new site can house up to 15,000 workers. Approximately 7,000 Apple employees currently work in Austin. Roughly one year after Apple started construction on the site of its new manufacturing facility, Accesso announced it would expand its own campus, 7700 Parmer. Accesso in late December announced it is going to build 800,000 square feet of new oce space at the

Two large-scale developments in the works o West Parmer Lane may soon open the oodgate for future projects in one of the last developable expanses of land in Northwest Austin, according to local real estate experts. Construction on the upcoming Apple campus is already well underway near the intersection of Parmer and Dallas Drive. A handful of cranes are on-site with construction of Apple’s oce and research and development campus going vertical. In late December, real estate rm Accesso Partners announced an expansion plan at its 7700 Parmer site neighboring Apple’s new campus. These two projects, just a half- mile apart from each other on north- bound Parmer, have the potential to completely change the face of the Parmer corridor—and Northwest Austin—in the next decade. Set to welcome its rst wave of

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POPPING PARMER UP ON The Parmer Lane corridor, which some local real estate leaders call one of the last frontiers for development in Northwest Austin, has some huge projects already underway. From international tech companies to apartment complexes, here is what is planned on the corridor from I-35 to Cedar Park.

20.1%

2245 MINS.

$278,545

Manor

13.1%

1430 MINS.

$294,028

Pugerville

17%

1020 MINS.

$316,000

Round Rock

APPLE CAMPUS

15,000 The upcoming Apple Inc. campus will eventually have the capacity for

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PARMER LANE CORRIDOR DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

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EDUCATION BRIEFS

News from Leander ISD

District committee provides 7 action steps to ensure equity, diversity LEANDER ISD Creating an equity office, hosting listening sessions the district website; listening session dates will be planned for February; equity office job description drafts could be presented to the board BY TAYLOR GIRTMAN

Early-release days included in 2021-22 school year calendar forces, one for students and one for staff, that are in the building stages. She said true change comes with a partnership with students. Similar work is underway at other campuses, Simpson and Parks said. Officials also said they are looking districts, Leander ISD is the only dis- trict that does not have an organiza- tional structure, framework or action plan to address systemic inequities in our schools,” he said. Rouse High School Principal Christine Simpson said these systems will widen the doorway to success for all students. “We hear from time to time in conversation a fear that if we focus on the student experiences of our marginalized student groups, we will leave other students behind,” she said. “Our committee is here to assure you that widening a path does not supplant one group’s success for another. However, the data shows we are leaving our marginalized students behind.” Board member JimMacKay said students need to be part of this equity conversation as well. Simpson said at Rouse there are two task

STEPS TO EQUITY Each focus group provided recommendations and action steps to the school board. Seven action steps included: • host listening sessions in spring 2021; • support the development of an equity and diversity webpage and section in district newsletters; • board of trustees attend training during spring 2021; • support the implementation of professional learning for equity, diversity and inclusion at all levels of the organization; • task administration to develop a framework and draft equity policy; • fund an office of equity in LISD; and • approve personnel to staff the office of equity. to bring someone into the district who can provide a spring profes- sional learning training. Board member JimMacKay said he would like the training to be broadcast so the public can be involved as well.

and implementing professional learning are three of seven action steps that Leander ISD staff and the board of trustees discussed Jan. 28 based on a district committee’s recommendations. The equity and diversity advisory committee’s goal is “to provide guid- ance to ensure equity and diversity within Leander ISD,” according to the district. The committee began meet- ing in August and created three focus areas: community collaboration, professional learning, and policy and practice. LISD administrators, teach- ers, board and community members are committee members. No vote or action was required on the discussion to move forward, but the committee will return to the board with listening session dates, equity policy and other items. “As I understand, the consensus of the board is to move forward. Go work, and we look forward to the updates and next steps,” board President Trish Bode said. An equity webpage was added to

and next steps communication will continue, said Chrysta Carlin, LISD’s assistant superintendent for path- ways and innovation. Equity office creation The creation of an equity office, approving district equity policy, and promoting equitable and inclusive practices were recommendations of the policy and practice sub- committee. The group has started drafting roles and responsibilities of a lead equity position, said Ebony Parks, Leander Middle School assistant principal who served on the subcommittee. “We believe it deserves someone who focuses on this work singularly and who can impact this work on a daily basis,” Parks said. Glenn High School teacher David Barnes said the group looked at how LISD can prioritize meeting the needs of its historically under- served students. “Of the 40 largest Texas school

SOURCE: LEANDER ISD/ COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

Permanent online learning considered

Leander ISD board The board of trustees typically meets on the second and fourth Thursday of the month at 6:15 p.m. Public comment begins around MEETINGSWE COVER 7 p.m. Learn more at www.leanderisd.org. Austin Community College The board of trustees typically meets the first Monday of the month at 3 p.m. Learn more at www.austincc.edu. Agency trainings. By allowing for professional development time during the work day, fewer substitutes would be needed. Board member Elexis Grimes said Fridays would be a more suitable day, but Fridays were a concern to other board members and adminis- tration because it could lead to more families taking three-day weekends or four-day weekends when there is no school Monday.

BY TAYLOR GIRTMAN

year with its first senior class in the 2023-24 school year. If approved, a lottery system would select students in April. The virtual high school would expand the existing, virtual New Hope High School offerings in com- bination with the temporary virtual learning program used during the pandemic. The curriculum would be designed by LISD teachers for district students.

LEANDER ISD After nearly a year of online learning for many students, the district is considering a permanent expansion of its virtual education for high school students. The LISD Virtual Learning Acad- emy program would create a four- year virtual school that could begin in the 2021-22 school year with up to 300 ninth and 10th grade students. The program would expand each

BY TAYLOR GIRTMAN

LEANDER ISD Starting Aug. 12, the 2021-22 school year will have 26 early-release Wednesdays for Leander ISD students. Three calendar options were considered in the calendar process: a standard calendar, a standard calendar with early-release days and a standard calendar with two additional student-staff days off. The choice of early release days was influenced by community responses and staff recommendations. Chief Academic Officer Matt Bentz said continuing early releases will give teachers time for planning and collaboration and allow teach- ers time for professional learning and required Texas Education

POSSIBLE VIRTUAL ACADEMY TIMELINE:

April 2021: first group of ninth and 10th grade students picked via lottery

August 2022: academy expands to 11th grade

August 2021: virtual academy opens with ninth and 10th grade

August 2023: academy expands to 12th grade

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CITY& COUNTY

News from Cedar Park, Leander & Williamson County

QUOTEOFNOTE “WE’VE GONE FROM AMOSTLYRURAL COUNTY TOAN URBAN COMMUNITY, ANDOUR JUSTICE SYSTEMNEEDS TO

Council OKs the $1B Leander Springs development

BY TAYLOR GIRTMAN

the lagoon’s water usage was com- pared to the use of a family of four, Hill said. “We have to look at water over the whole with all the projects we cur- rently have, all the projects that we are going to approve in the future,” he said. “In my opinion, this is by far the best project that we’ve had come along in a long time. I’m super excited about it.”

gallons per day. A security deposit for the backup is $15,000, and service to ll the lagoon is only available during December, January or February, which are o-peak irrigation periods. Curtailment of service is possible during maintenance operations or emergencies. Sederquist said she was concerned that council was discussing water for the development when the city’s water study is not complete. “I just think we could have a more comprehensive view of where we’re at if we waited for the study,” Sederquist said. The agreement also enforced masonry standards; followed changes in the zoning ordinance, such as resident admissions; and discussed a wastewater treatment plan if chem- icals or other substances are present in the discharge. Mayor Troy Hill said the city has to be cognizant of water because of past water issues and as other cities look at how to get more water as more people move to the area. In a hydrologist’s previous presentation,

LEANDER The development agreement and zoning ordinance are now approved for Leander’s next big project. City Council approved the agree- ment for the Leander Springs project Jan. 21 in a 6-1 vote with Council Member Christine Sederquist in dissent. The zoning ordinance was approved Feb. 4. Leander Springs is a 78-acre, mixed-use project with a public lagoon, retail, restaurant, entertain- ment, hospitality, oce and residen- tial components. The fully developed project could be valued at $1 billion, according to the city. Water concerns were a large consideration during the council’s discussion, and the approved agree- ment addresses water service for the 4-acre lagoon. Per the approved agreement, at least one private well will be the primary water source for the crystal lagoon, but city of Leander water can serve as a backup to the lagoon due to evaporation losses for up to 200,000

GROWWITH IT.” 425TH DISTRICT COURT JUDGE BESTY LAMBETH

NUMBER TOKNOW The number of Williamson County residents who were inoculated on the rst day of the county’s vaccine hub. Vaccine information is available on www.wcchd.org. 2,530 CITY HIGHLIGHTS CEDAR PARK James Mallinger, the city’s re chief, was recognized for 25 years of service with the Cedar Park Fire Department at the Jan. 14 City Council meeting. Mallinger began in the department in 1996 as one of the city’s rst professional reghters. CEDAR PARK Council called a May 1 election for its Place 1, 3 and 5 council seats. The candidate ling period will close Feb. 12. Five city charter propositions will also be on the ballot. These will address term lengths, city manager authority, council vacancies, executive session condentiality and resignation upon ling for a dierent oce. LEANDER City Council called a May 1 election for the Place 2, Place 4 and Place 6 council seats and the mayoral seat Jan. 21. The ling period ends Feb. 12. Cedar Park City Council Typically meets the second and fourth Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. 450 Cypress Creek Road, Bldg. 4, Cedar Park • 512-401-5000 www.cedarparktexas.gov Leander City Council Typically meets the rst and third Thursday of the month at 6 p.m. 201 N. Brushy St., Leander 512-259-1239 • www.leandertx.gov Travis County Commissioners Court Typically meets Tuesdays at 9 a.m. 700 Lavaca St., Austin 512-854-9020 www.traviscountytx.gov/ commissioners-court Williamson County Commissioners Court Typically meets Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m. 710 S. Main St., Georgetown 512-943-1100 • www.wilco.org MEETINGSWE COVER

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COVID19 rent and utility aid increased WILLIAMSON COUNTY The Com- missioners Court voted to increase aid for rent and utility assistance for those impacted by the coronavirus as BY ALI LINAN cities, emergency services districts, vaccine distribution, rent and utility aid programs, and more.

Those seeking assistance in rent and utility payments can go to the Round Rock Area Serving Center, The Caring Place, The Salvation Army or Hill Country Community Ministries. The criteria each entity is following to assess eligibility and the service areas each entity is covering can be found online. Residents living in the city limits of Austin should contact the city of Austin for assistance at www.austintexas.gov.

well as other programs Jan. 19. Wilco Forward, the county’s federal coronavirus relief program, is working to distribute the remaining $30 million of the $93 million the county received in April. So far, the county has used its CARES Act funding for a small-busi- ness grant program as well as dis- tributing funding to school districts,

Williamson County will add two new justice courts in two years.

ALI LINANCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

County to add 2 new justice courts

BY ALI LINAN

WILLIAMSON COUNTY Moving forward on two new justice courts was approved on Jan. 26. The county will request state legislative approval to add a new district court and a new county court of law, ocials said. Currently, the county has ve district courts and four county courts at law.

MORE FUNDS On Jan. 19, the county increased the rent and utility aid allotment and extended it, among other boosts:

3 month extension for total of 6 month extension $4M increase for total of $8M aid allotment

$365K $200K

allocated for COVID-19 testing and vaccine- related programs for assisting local emergency service districts

SOURCE: WILLIAMSON COUNTYCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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GUIDE

Nearby places to get pizza

CEDAR PARK-LEANDER

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The Stojani family opened Damiano’s Italian Restaurant in 2016.

Local Slice & Juju’s also caters events.

COURTESY DAMIANO’S ITALIAN RESTAURANT

COURTESY LOCAL SLICE

Pizza is considered by some to be the ultimate takeout or delivery meal, and many of these joints are open for dine-in. Regardless of where you choose to eat it, if you are looking for local hot pizza you can use this guide to plan your next pie. This list is not comprehensive.

19 Domino’s Pizza 2906 S. Bagdad Road, Leander 5124567990 www.dominos.com Hours: Sun.-Thu. 10:30 a.m.-midnight, Fri.-Sat. 10:30 a.m.-1 a.m. GF D 20 Giovanni’s Pizza & Pasta 2036 N. US 183, Ste. 100, Leander 5125486955 www.giovannis-leander.com Hours: Mon.-Sat. 6 a.m.-3 p.m., 59 p.m.; Sun. 39 p.m. 21 Guy Tano’s Kitchen 901 Crystal Falls Parkway., Leander 5125285503 www.guytanoskitchen.com Hours: Sun., Tue.-Thu. noon-8 p.m.; Fri.-Sat. noon-9 p.m., closed Mon. V GF DI D 22 Humble Pint Brewing 11880 Hero Way W., Ste. 208, Leander 5123375007 www.humblepint.com Hours: Pizza served Wed.-Thu. 48 p.m., Fri. 410 p.m., Sat. 49 p.m., Sun. 47 p.m. DI 23 Leander Beer Market 106 W. Willis St., Leander 5122717096 Facebook: Leander Beer Market Hours: Mon.-Wed. 311 p.m., Thu. 3 p.m.-midnight, Fri.-Sat. noon-midnight, Sun. noon-11 p.m. GF DI 24 Marco’s Pizza A 15609 Ronald Reagan Blvd., Leander 5129867560 Hours: Sun.-Thu. 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-midnight B 2800 Bagdad Road, Leander

www.gattispizza.com Daily 11 a.m.-11 p.m. V GF D 13 Niki’s Pizza & Pasta 508 N. Bell Blvd., Cedar Park 5122501188

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59:30 p.m.; Sat. noon-9:30 p.m.; Sun. 11:30 a.m.-8 p.m., closed Mon. GF DI 7 The Grove Wine Bar & Kitchen 1310 E. Whitestone Blvd., Ste. 500, Cedar Park 5129867041 www.grovewinebar.com Hours: Mon.-Fri. 11 a.m.-3 p.m., 410 p.m.; Sat.-Sun. 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m., 410 p.m. DI D 8 Local Slice & Juju’s 111 N. Vista Ridge Blvd., Ste. 105, Cedar Park 5122581234 www.localsliceaustin.com Hours: Sun.-Thu. 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-10 p.m. GF D 9 Maggiore’s 1420 Cypress Creek Road, Ste. 1000, Cedar Park 5122916065 www.magstexas.com Sun.-Thu. 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-11 p.m. DI 10 Mandola’s Italian Kitchen 12100 W. Parmer Lane, Ste. 200, Cedar Park 5128791450 www.mandolas.com Hours: Sun.-Thu. 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-10 p.m. V GF DI 11 MOD Pizza 4807 183A Toll Frontage Road, Ste. 104, Cedar Park 5125484097 www.modpizza.com Hours: Sun.-Thu. 10:30 a.m.-10 p.m., Sat.-Sun. 10:30 a.m.-11 p.m. V GF DI D 12 Mr. Gatti’s Pizza 717 N. Bell Blvd., Cedar Park 5122586140

CEDARPARK 1 Blaze Pizza 14009 Research Blvd., Austin 5122336024 www.blazepizza.com Hours: Mon.-Thu. 10:45 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 10:45 a.m.-11 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-10 p.m. V GF DI D 2 Brooklyn Heights Pizzeria 14900 Avery Ranch Blvd., Ste. C700, Austin 5122388889 www.brooklynheightspizzeria.com Hours: Sun.-Thu. 11 a.m.-9:30 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m. V GF DI D 3 Damiano’s Italian Restaurant 13010 W. Parmer Lane, Ste. 300, Cedar Park 5129867843 www.damianosrestaurant.com Sun.-Thu. 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-9:30 p.m. V DI D 4 Domino’s Pizza 2116 E. Park St., Cedar Park 5126513512 www.dominos.com Hours: Sun.-Thu. 10:30 a.m.-midnight, Fri.-Sat. 10:30 a.m.-1 a.m. GF D 5 DoubeDave’s Pizzaworks 401 E. Whitestone Blvd., Bldg. A, Cedar Park 5124823283 www.doubledaves.com Hours: daily 10:30 a.m.-9 p.m. GF DI D 6 Gino’s Italian Cuisine 1525 Cypress Creek Road, Cedar Park 5129968990 www.ginoscedarpark.com Hours: Tue.-Fri. 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m.,

www.nikispizzaandpasta.com Hours: Mon.-Sat. 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-9 p.m. D 14 Papa John’s Pizza 319 N. Bell Blvd., Cedar Park 5122577474 www.papajohns.com Daily 9:45 a.m.-midnight V GF D 15 Rosati’s Pizza 800 W. Whitestone Blvd., Ste. B1, Cedar Park 5127671313 www.myroasatis.com Hours: Sun.-Fri. 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.-11 p.m. GF DI D 16 Salerno Cucina Italiana 1310 Cypress Creek Road, Ste. 120, Cedar Park 5123519580 www.salernocucinaitaliana.info Hours: Sun., Tue.-Thu. 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-9:30 p.m., closed Mon. GF DI D 17 Yaghi’s New York Pizzeria A 920 N. Vista Ridge Blvd., Ste. 550, Cedar Park 5122601010 B 2100 Cypress Creek Road, Ste. 100, Cedar Park 5124010011 www.yaghispizzeria.com Hours: Sun.-Thu. 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 10 a.m.-10 p.m. V DI D LEANDER 18 Brooklyn Heights Pizzeria 3550 Lakeline Blvd., Leander 5124560468 www.brooklynheightspizzeria.com

Sun.-Thu. 11 a.m.-9:30 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m. V GF DI D

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