6 new eateries now open or opening soon in Cedar Park, Leander; P.F. Chang's coming to New Braunfels and more Central Texas business news

The Toasted Yolk Cafe menu includes churro doughnuts, the Cowboy Scramble, West Coast Arnold and more breakfast and lunch dishes. (Courtesy BubbleUp/Toasted Yolk)
The Toasted Yolk Cafe menu includes churro doughnuts, the Cowboy Scramble, West Coast Arnold and more breakfast and lunch dishes. (Courtesy BubbleUp/Toasted Yolk)

The Toasted Yolk Cafe menu includes churro doughnuts, the Cowboy Scramble, West Coast Arnold and more breakfast and lunch dishes. (Courtesy BubbleUp/Toasted Yolk)

Read the top business news from the past week from the Central Texas area.

Cedar Park-Leander

ROUNDUP: 6 new eateries now open or opening soon in Cedar Park, Leander


These six eateries have opened recently, such as Lazy G BBQ Company, or plan to open soon, such as Amy's Ice Creams.

New Braunfels



P.F. Chang’s confirms upcoming Creekside location in New Braunfels


A new P.F. Chang’s restaurant is slated to open in the Creekside shopping center in New Braunfels this year.

Southwest Austin

Slab BBQ & Beer relocating Oak Hill location to Westgate Lanes in South Austin


Slab BBQ & Beer is relocating from its Oak Hill location at 7101 W. Hwy. 71, Austin, to the Westgate Lanes bowling alley in early February.

Pflugerville-Hutto

New Mexican restaurant to be next addition to Hutto's Co-Op District


A yet-to-be-named Mexican restaurant will be coming to the Co-Op District in Hutto, joining Southside Market and Top Notch Hamburgers.

Round Rock

Former Nutty Brown music venue rebranding to be known as Round Rock Amp


Mike Farr has been working for years to move his music venue, Nutty Brown Amphitheater, to Round Rock. However, it will now be known by a new name—Round Rock Amp.

Taylor Girtman, Lauren Canterberry, Zacharia Washington, Carson Ganong and Brooke Sjoberg contributed to this report.