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4 Cooperative Laundry opened in July at 1225 Fortuna Road, San Marcos. The robotics-based commercial laundry service company is located in a 90,000-square-foot facility to serve the leisure and hospitality industries in Central Texas with close proximity to both Austin and San Antonio. Cooperative Laundry was founded in New Jersey in 2018 to provide fast, automated services for its clients. www.cooperativelaundry.com 5 Little Caesars held a grand opening ceremony Aug. 2 to celebrate the new location at 110 E. Martin Luther King Drive, San Marcos. The chain is known for its “Hot-N-Ready” menu of classic and deep-dish pizzas. The menu also features chicken wings, salads and 6 A new apartment complex called Oaks 35 Apartments opened Aug. 15 at 1635 Aquarena Springs Drive, San Mar- cos. The complex has 100 studio units at around 281 square feet each. There will be some larger apartments with adjoining units. The complex also has a clubhouse and outdoor activity space for residents. Due to the nature of the unit sizes, only one pet per unit is allowed. 737-727-4996. www.oaks35apts.com 7 Smoothie King opened July 9 at 200 N. I-35, Ste. 130, San Marcos. Smoothie King oers a variety of smoothies with additions, such as coee, protein powder, probiotics, ber and more. Customers can also add extras to their smoothies from fresh fruit and vegetables to Greek yogurt and peanut deserts. 512-210-8522. www.littlecaesars.com 1984 1979
8 After a nearly four-year hiatus and change of ownership, Valentino’s pizza reopened Aug. 2 on the downtown square at 110 N. LBJ Drive, San Marcos. For nearly 40 years the pizzeria served the public with dining, delivery and a service window facing the street for late-night pizza by the slice. The new incarnation of Valentino’s features a completely remodeled kitchen and dining area, two new full-service bar areas, a back patio and more. 512-967-1100. www.valentinosbar.com 9 Vape City opened a new location in July at 301 N. Guadalupe St., Ste. 155, San Marcos. The shop sells a range of rechargeable and disposable vape car- tridges in a variety of avors. Vape City was founded in 2012 in Houston and has expanded with locations in Austin, Round 10 A new location of IHOP is set to open in early 2023 at 3945 N. I-35, San Marcos, across from the San Marcos Pre- mium and Tanger Outlets. The restaurant will be a new build at approximately 4,500 square feet. IHOP is known for its array of breakfast items, such as waes, pancakes, omelets and more. The menu also features lunch items, including burg- ers and sandwiches. www.ihop.com 11 Skips Beer Wine and Liquor is anticipating opening a new location at 350 N. Guadalupe St., San Marcos, at the beginning of September. The liquor store oers tastings and events, specials on a selection of products and a wine Rock, Corpus Christi and more. 512-210-8484. www.vapecity.us COMING SOON
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NOW OPEN 1 Arc Sentry , a third-party logistics company, began operations June 1 at 1600 Clovis R. Barker Road, Ste. 106, San Marcos. Based in an 18,000-square- foot facility, Arc Sentry has a range of trucking and courier options to serve businesses in both Austin and San Antonio and can streamline logistics processes for clients. 737-279-5196. www.arcsentry.com 2 Captain Hook Dumpster Rentals held a ribbon-cutting ceremony July 21 to celebrate the new location at 16056 Hwy. 123, San Marcos. The Aus-
tin-based company specializes in roll-o dumpster rentals in dierent sizes to meet the needs of customers. Dumpsters are dropped o and picked up when ready for disposal in a landll. 512-719-4172. www.captainhookaustin.com 3 Chit House had its grand opening July 22 at 208 N. LBJ Drive, San Marcos. Chit House serves hot dogs, hamburg- ers and hotlinks. The employees and customers are free to use any kind of adult language between each other, with the exception of hate speech. Custom- ers should be prepared to banter with employees and are encouraged to lm interactions. www.thechithouse.com
butter. 800-577-4200. www.smoothieking.com
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