Northwest Austin Edition | July 2021

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to make plant-based dining choices along the way. www.projectpollo.com 12 Hyatt Place Austin-Lake Travis/Four Points opened June 9 at 7300 N. RM 620, Austin. The new hotel features 95 guest rooms, a 1,798-square-foot event space, outdoor pool, tness center and onsite dining and bar. 512-369-3120. www.hyattplace.com 35 13 Food truck Banh Mi 8 opened late June at 9710 N. Lamar Blvd., Austin, in the parking lot attached to China Spice Chinese Restaurant. Banh Mi 8 serves Vietnamese dishes such as hu tiu go and oers covered outdoor seating. 512-676-0407. 14 A second Cedar Park location of Raising Cane’s opened June 29 at 2920 S. Lakeline Blvd., Cedar Park, near the Lakeline Mall. The restaurant replaced the PDQ restaurant that closed in 2019. This is the 10th Austin-area location. The rst Cedar Park location opened in 2012 on East Whitestone Boulevard. 15 St. David’s CareNow Urgent Care in August is opening a Gateway-area clinic. This new location at 10001 Research Bou- levard, Ste. 100, Austin, will oer services covering family care, urgent care, medical tests and occupational medicine services. 888-868-2104. www.stdavids.com 16 The Museum of Ice Cream an- nounced July 8 it is opening its third location worldwide inside The Domain this August. Visitors at the Museum of Ice Cream, located at 11506 Century Oaks Terrace, Ste. 128, Austin, can get a Shirley Temple soft serve inside a retro-style diner and ride on a life-sized animal cook- ie. The museum further features a pool lled with candy sprinkles, complete with a slide. Tickets are on sale through the end of September. www.museumocecream.com 17 Lucchese Bootmaker is opening a pop-up store inside The Domain later this fall. The pop-up store, to be located at the corner of Century Oaks Terrace and Rogers Road, will sell high-end Western footwear from the Lucchese warehouse. www.lucchese.com 18 A four-story apartment complex called Auro Commons is coming to the La Frontera area in 2021. The apartment community is under construction at Louis Henna Boulevard just west of its inter- www.raisingcanes.com COMING SOON

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NOWOPEN 1 Spartan Pizza in late June opened its second location at 7318 McNeil Drive, Ste. 109, Austin. The restaurant dishes out specialty, hand tossed pizza along- side sandwiches served on house-made focaccia. Spartan Pizza is open for dine-in with take-out and delivery op- tions. 512-362-8842. www.spartanpizzaaustin.com 2 Chicken and breakfast spot Rolling Rooster in June opened a new location at 11416 RM 620, Austin. This is Rolling Rooster’s second Northwest Austin location, with another restaurant in the Wells Branch area. The restaurant oers a menu featuring southern and soul food classics such as chicken and waes, fried okra and grits. www.therollingrooster.com 3 New eatery Tabarek opened late May at 12410 N. Lamar Blvd., Austin. The food truck serves traditional Iraqi plates such as dulma, kebab and perda pilaw. 737-262-6050. www.tabarekidf.com 4 Regios Tacos al Vapor in May opened its second Austin location at 10001 W. Parmer Lane, Austin. The restaurant serves Mexican dishes, including tacos

Tlaquepaque, tacos al vapor and quesa- dillas. www.regiostacosalvapor.com 5 Eternal Peace Funeral Services opened March 1 at 16912 N. I-35, Austin. Eternal Peace oers funerals, memorial services and other funeral needs as well as oering burial, cremation and mortu- ary services. 512-375-4250. www.eternalpeacefuneral.com 6 Food truck Taquitos y Mas opened early June at 12202 N. RM 620, Austin. Taquitos y Mas serves breakfast and lunch dishes including tacos, tortas, tamales and fajitas. 512-773-3616. https://taquitos-y-mas.business.site 7 Nike by Domain Northside opened early July. The storefront, located at 11600 Rock Rose Ave., Ste. 128, Austin, is a new concept from the international sneaker and clothing brand, according to the Domain Northside website. This Nike store will be a “lab-like space” to test new services and products. 512-215-4130. www.nike.com 8 Seafood restaurant El Coco Pirata opened May 30 at 8300 N. RM 620, Ste. M100, Austin. El Coco Pirata serves classic Sinaloan seafood dishes alongside sushi, cold seafood dishes and signature cock- tails in a vibrant restaurant experience with mariachi bands and other live music.

512-717-4860. www.elcocopirata.com 9 Nationwide chain Smoothie King opened a new location at 13096 Research Blvd., Ste. A, Austin. The store, which opened in May, serves smoothies made with fresh fruit and nutrition additives. 214-555-1212. www.smoothieking.com 10 New restaurant concepts— Green- leaf Kitchen & Cocktails and Camile Thai Kitchen —opened early July at Kitchen United Mix at 8023 Burnet Road, Austin. Greenleaf is a California-based restaurant group with a health-conscious menu featuring bowls and salads as well as a seasonal menu with special items. Camile Thai Kitchen serves traditional Thai dish- es, including noodles, curry dishes and stir-fry plates. Both Greenleaf and Camile Thai Kitchen oer vegan and dairy-free options to customers. www.greenleafchopshop.com www.camile.ie 11 Vegan chicken fast-food chain Project Pollo in July opened a second Austin location at 2438 W. Anderson Lane, Austin, on June 22. Project Pollo’s menu includes loaded papas, credo cashew que- so and vegan chicken and burgers. Owner Lucas Bradbury has a goal to open 100 restaurants by 2024, encouraging people

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