1. A tiny speakeasy called Visitant Social Club opened behind Progress Coffee at 3421 N I-35., Austin, in late June. The speakeasy, owned by Gustavo Ortega Oyarzun and Pao Segovia, is located inside a truck and serves a limited number of people Wednesday-Saturday from 6 p.m.-midnight. Reservations are made via direct message on Instagram.

2. Austin Beerworks opened a new 64-acre taproom at 10300 Springdale Road, Austin, on June 14. The taproom includes a fenced-in dog park, a kids playground, an on-site taco truck called Yellow Bell and about 120 parking spaces. In the coming months, an 18-hole disc golf course designed by Austin local Mike Olse will be open for guests.

3. A colorful cocktail bar called Saturn opened at 906 Congress Ave., Austin, on July 15. Saturn offers “disco” themed cocktails, cold beer and small bites. The bar has no required dress code or cover charge for guests. Saturn is owned by Austin local Steven Smith.

4. An upscale bar called Swank Cocktail Room opened at 117 W. Fourth St., Austin, in July. Swank’s menu focuses on both classic and new craft cocktails and champagne. The bar has an upscale casual dress code for guests, and reservations are recommended.

5. A 15-seat natural wine bar called Hopscotch opened at 2032 S. Lamar Blvd., Austin, on July 28. Hopscotch serves natural wines, classic cocktails, tinned fish and light bites. The bar also utilizes food scraps from its sister-restaurant next door, Elementary, to create new dishes and prevent food waste. The two establishments are owned by chef Colter Peck, Chris Arial and Allan Bautista, three best friends who met working at Australian-inspired restaurant Two Hands.