Hyde Park gets a new men's clothing store, plus more business news from North Central Austin

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Texas Standard Men's Clothing Co. opened a brick-and-mortar location in Hyde Park in October. (Courtesy Texas Standard Men's Clothing Co.)

Texas Standard Men's Clothing Co. opened a brick-and-mortar location in Hyde Park in October. (Courtesy Texas Standard Men's Clothing Co.)

The following businesses have recently opened in North Central Austin.

1. Another Broken Egg Cafe opened Nov. 16 at 8012 Mesa Drive, Austin. The national breakfast, brunch and lunch chain opened in 1996 in Louisiana and has expanded to dozens of locations nationwide, including eight others in Texas. 512-842-4022. www.anotherbrokenegg.com

2. The Bon Aire opened its doors to customers July 1 at 9070 Research Blvd., Ste. 101, Austin. The sports bar and eatery offers a menu and atmosphere inspired by Midwestern cities, such as Chicago and St. Louis. The Bon Aire serves bratwurst, burgers, kebabs and chicken wings. 512-284-7038. www.bonaireatx.com

3. Los Chilakillers opened in May at 13000 N. I-35, Bldg. 12, Ste. 204, Austin. The restaurant is led by Head Chef Mina Ibañez, who has more than 30 years of experience in the restaurant industry. 512-505-8363. www.loschilakillers.com

4. Texas Standard Men’s Clothing Co. announced Oct. 27 the opening of its first physical retail location at 4401 Guadalupe St., Austin. “This new space will give us the opportunity to show Austin and the rest of the state what we’re building on a personal level,” co-owners Christine and Drew Bagot said in a press release. www.texas-standard.com

5. Thrive Craft House opened Nov. 1 at 519 W. 37th St., Austin. The family-owned restaurant and taproom from locals Bobby Delmonico, Matt Kellams and Sean Moore serves more than 40 craft beers on tap and features indoor and outdoor seating. 512-502-5346. www.thrivecrafthouse.com

6. Williams Sonoma opened its second Austin location Sept. 18 at 4001 N. Lamar Blvd., Austin. The California-based kitchenware and home store is open for in-person shopping as well as curbside pickup for online orders. Williams Sonoma has an additional Austin location in the Barton Creek Square Mall. 512-206-4088. www.williams-sonoma.com
By Olivia Aldridge
Olivia is the reporter for Community Impact's Central Austin edition. A graduate of Presbyterian College in upstate South Carolina, Olivia was a reporter and producer at South Carolina Public Radio before joining Community Impact in Austin.


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