B.D. Riley's Irish Pub will celebrate its fifth anniversary at its Mueller location in April. The pub opened its first location in 2000 on Sixth Street but closed that location in August 2020 due to the pandemic. 512-580-3782. www.bdrileys.com

Nate’s Baked Goods and Coffee celebrated its fifth anniversary. Owner Susan Shields opened the bakery at 401 Orchard St., Austin, on March 2, 2017. The shop headed by chef Nathan Bauman brews from locally roasted coffee beans and offers baked goods including muffins, scones and handmade breads, all made in-house daily. 512-220-0462. www.natesbakedaustin.com

Affordable housing community Bluebonnet Studios marked five years at its 2301 S. Lamar Blvd., Austin, location in February. Nonprot Foundation Communities owns the residence, which features 107 low-cost efficiency apartments for single adults. The complex opened Feb. 15, 2017. 512-617-4441. www.foundcom.org

Lazarus Brewing Co., located at 1902 E. Sixth St., Austin, is celebrating its fifth anniversary in February. The brewery is a West Coast-style brewpub that also serves coffee and tacos. Lazarus also offers live music inside the brewery. The brewery will open a second location at 4803 Airport Blvd., Austin, in the spring. 512-394-7620. www.lazarusbrewing.com

Easy Tiger celebrated its 10th anniversary in January. The company serves sausages, freshly baked bread and pastries. The company’s longest-running location is located in the Linc at 6406 N. I-35, Ste. 1100, Austin. The company’s first location on Sixth Street closed in 2020 due to the pandemic. There are three Easy Tiger locations in Austin. www.easytigerusa.com

DrinkWell is celebrating its 10 anniversary in early 2022. Jessica Sanders opened the bar and restaurant Feb. 28, 2012 at 207 E. 53rd St., Austin. The pub is celebrating with a Taylor Swift-inspired menu, which runs until April 10. 512-614-6683. www.drinkwellaustin.com

Texas Systems Group celebrated its 20th anniversary in business Jan. 25. The company provides information technology services to health care practices, emergency facilities and businesses. It is located at 2204 Forbes Drive, Ste. 101, Austin. 512-249-2000. www.txsg.com

February marks the 30th anniversary for the Travis County Center for Child Protection. The center opened in 1989, then called the Travis County Children’s Advocacy Center. The center brings together legal, forensic and other services for children who have been abused and streamlines the process so children only have to share their story with one team. In the past, children would have to share stories of abuse with up to 15 agencies, according to a press release from the center. The center has provided services to more than 63,000 children, according to the release. 512-472-1164 www.centerforchildprotection.org

The Central Texas Food Bank celebrated its 40th anniversary March 3. The nonprofit was originally called the Capital Area Food Bank. It opened in 1982 and was the second food bank in Texas. Last year, the food bank distributed over 64 million pounds of food, according to a press release. The food bank is located at 6500 Metropolis Drive, Austin. 512-282-2111. www.centraltexasfoodbank.org

A-Plus Air Conditioning & Home Solutions is celebrating its 45-year anniversary in April. Greg Yamin and Sharon Yamin opened the business in 1977. Their children, Stephaine and Josh Yamin, also work for the business. 512-450-1980. www.aplusac.com

The Driskill turned 135 years old Dec. 20. The iconic downtown Austin hotel originally opened Dec. 20, 1886, according to a press release. Jesse Driskill purchased the lot at the corner of Brazos Street and Pecan Street, now Sixth Street, for $7,500 in 1884, according to the hotel’s website. The hotel is located at 604 Brazos St. and has two dining options within the facility: the 1886 Café and Bakery and The Driskill Bar. 512-4391234. www.driskillhotel.com