Alongside a new brunch restaurant, the far Northwest Austin area has gained a new OB-GYN clinic, a coin shop and more.

Now open

Butterwhisk Brunch House

The eatery, which is located in the Four Points area, features a variety of brunch items, such as pancakes, waffles, omelets, Benedicts, burgers and sandwiches, plus coffee, hot chocolate and fresh squeezed orange juice.Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women Obstetrics & Gynecology North Austin

The clinic offers a full spectrum of OB-GYN services along with prenatal and preventative care, comprehensive menstrual disorder management care, and a variety of medical aesthetic services.The Loretta

A new affordable housing complex began leasing to families making 30%-60% of the area’s median family income in the fall.Dirty Dough Cookies

The cookie shop sells "super-stuffed cookie bombs," which feature various layers, mix-ins and fillings baked into the dough. Some of the options available include a raspberry toaster tart, a reverse with Reese’s and a classic chocolate chip. Gluten-free options are also available.Coin Shop

The shop was opened in late 2023 by local Giorgio Rossinni. Coin Shop focuses on buying and selling rare coins, gold and silver.
  • Opened Dec. 1
  • 12636 Research Blvd., Ste. 108-B, Austin
  • 512-998-9892
Coming soon

Veterinary Regional Orthopedic Center

Austin native and board-certified veterinary surgeon Dr. David Allman will open Veterinary Regional Orthopedic Center in late 2024. The surgeon-owned and -operated specialty surgical center will span 11,000 square feet with four operating rooms and a rehab center, in addition to 6,400 square feet of office space above the hospital for conferences and educational programs.
  • Opening late 2024
  • 13805 RM 620, Austin
  • No website or phone number available
Fyzical Therapy

The center will offer a range of physical and balance disorder therapies, including orthopedic rehabilitation for arthritis or nerve pain, neurological rehabilitation and more.In the news

Toni’s Toffee

Local treat business celebrated its fifth anniversary in November. The shop offers a variety of locally made toffee treats in various flavors along with holiday options, custom gifts and more.Dell Children’s Medical Center

A 10-month-long expansion project to increase the neonatal intensive care unit's capacity was completed Nov. 28, adding 24 rooms as well as a new formula lab and milk bank area.Closings

Capital One Bank

The branch location permanently closed in the fall. The bank offered a variety of financial services for clients such as personal checking, mortgages, loans and more.
  • Closed in the fall
  • 2910 S. Lakeline Blvd., Cedar Park
  • 737-703-3799