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Chameleon Cos.—oers modern Chinese food, including twice-cooked pork belly, Hunan-style beef and Sichuan-braised eggplant. Wu Chow will also serve a Sun- day dim sum menu with soup dumplings, shrimp Shumai, cold sesame noodles and other items. www.wuchowaustin.com 4 A new independent bookstore called First Light Books is slated to open in Hyde Park in July. The bookstore—owned by locals Robin and Taylor Bruce—will have a selection of books to purchase and a cafe serving beer, wine, coee and light bites. First Light Books will be located at 4300 Speedway, Ste. A, Austin, in a former post oce building. www.rstlightaustin.com EXPANSIONS 5 Helping Hand Home for Children opened its expanded campus in March. The nonprot, which provides residential child care, opened the 25,000-square- foot campus in the Hyde Park neigh- borhood across the street from the main facility at 3804 Avenue B, Austin. The expansion includes 17 additional beds in eight new homes and expands its capacity by 41%. 512-459-3353.
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six locations throughout Austin and Round Rock, including an oce at 5531 Burnet Road, Austin. 512-334-9894. www.forestfamily.com 7 Baby boutique Bright Beginnings will celebrate 40 years in business in May. The family-owned store sells a curated selection of clothes, accesso- ries, toys, books and more for children. Bright Beginnings boutique is located at 3010 W. Anderson Lane, Ste. B, Austin. www.brightbeginningsboutique.com IN THE NEWS 8 A new community park and pavilion will open at Austin Community College Highland Campus, at 6101 Highland Campus Drive, Austin, this summer. The UFCU Pavilion is named after donor United Federal Credit Union and The St. John Encampment Commons Park is named after an African American school that used to occupy that space in the early 1900s. www.austincc.edu
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COMING SOON 2 Tiny Grocer will open a second location in Hyde Park this summer. The new location will carry many of the same items as the rst location and also have expanded kids, pets and wine sections. The store will have indoor and patio seat- ing, and a restaurant serving French com- fort food for dinner and weekend brunch in addition to its all-day cafe menu. The new store, owned by Steph Steele, will be located at 4300 Speedway, Ste. 101, Austin. www.tinygrocer.com 3 Chinese restaurant Wu Chow will open a new location at 3800 N. Lamar Blvd., Ste. 170, Austin, in the former Rosedale Kitchen and Bar space this summer. The restaurant—owned by
1 A new comfort food and wine restau- rant called Rosé Gosé opened at 5201 Airport Blvd., Austin, in the former ATX Grill space March 1. Rosé Gosé serves over 250 wines, 30 craft beers and 10 house cocktails. The menu includes items such as a raw bar, mussels and a burger. On the weekends, it also oers a break- fast menu with items such as pancakes. It is owned by Belarus natives Igor Drypsiak and Veronika Hurynava. They own three restaurants in Belarus. Rosé Gosé is their rst Austin venture. Instagram: rose_gose_austin
6 Forest Family Dentistry celebrated its 10-year anniversary during the rst week of April. The oce oers general, cosmetic, and restorative services. In 2013, Dr. Robin Bethell opened the rst location at 2700 W. Anderson Lane, Ste. 418, Austin. Now, the practice has
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