See the latest updates on these five downtown-area businesses in Austin. This list is not comprehensive.

Victory Lap

A Longhorn football-themed sports bar opened in Austin’s West Campus area offering a spot to hang out while watching a game. The bar features draft and bottled beers, wine, and signature cocktails. Starting in the fall, Victory Lap will serve bar food, such as smash burgers, sandwiches, wings and more.Foxtrot

Cofounders Mike LaVitola and Taylor Bloom opened the corner store and cafe on The Drag. The company’s fourth location in Austin, Foxtrot provides a space to study, snack and visit. The space features a variety of prepared food, groceries, drinks, gifts and more. Foxtrot also offers 30-minute delivery and five-minute pickup options.Moonshine Bar & Grill

The restaurant created by Larry Perdido and Chuck Smith is celebrating its 20-year anniversary in September in downtown Austin. Some of the dishes offered include The Original Moonshine “Corn Dog” Shrimp and the chicken-fried steak with chipotle cream gravy. In addition, Moonshine offers a single-barrel program with hand-selected bourbons from across the country. The space also hosts a weekend brunch with over 30 Southern dishes and classic brunch drinks.The Mach 1 Group

A public relations and strategic communications agency based in Austin is celebrating a decade of business in September. The Mach 1 Group provides services such as public relations, targeted social media activity and more. Founder and CEO Katherine McLane said the company has experienced significant growth since its beginnings, and the team is committed to continuing to aid their clients in the future.Casis Village

For the first time in the property’s 70-year history, Casis Village in Tarrytown has changed owners. Originally built by the Bryan family in 1952, the retail center is now owned in a partnership between Ivy Companies and 35 South Capital, both based in Austin. The center is home to stores such as Randalls, Tarrytown Pharmacy, Starbucks Coffee and more. Roger Plourde, founder of Ivy Companies, said they plan to breathe new life into the center in the coming years.