Z'Tejas launches burger concept, plus more downtown Austin business news

Photo of a burger and fries
Woo Woo Burgers opened for takeout May 28. (Courtesy Woo Woo Burgers)

Woo Woo Burgers opened for takeout May 28. (Courtesy Woo Woo Burgers)

1. The Good Shepherd Farmers Market, located at The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, 3201 Windsor Road, Austin, held its first event May 22. The market is held from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. every Saturday through September. Vendors include Tacodeli, Alchemy Juice, Green Thumb Farming and Simple Promise Farms. The church intends to return in 2022 and make the summer market permanent. 512-476-3523. www.gsaustin.org

2. Membership-based primary care organization One Medical opened a downtown Austin location May 17. Located at 319 Congress Ave., Austin, the new, 6,000-square-foot space joins One Medical’s first Austin location at The Domain. One Medical offers in-person and virtual primary care visits and partners with Ascension Seton to offer specialty care services. The company said more expansions into the Austin area are in the works. 512-491-1095. www.onemedical.com


3. Woo Woo Burgers, a new ghost kitchen dining concept operating out of Z'Tejas Southwest Grill's downtown location, launched May 28. The takeout and curbside only restaurant serves classic American menu items including chicken sandwiches and burgers, like the 1/3 pound Woo Woo Burger, made with a blend of chuck and brisket. 1110 W. Sixth St., Austin. www.woowooburgers.com

4. WrangleWorks moved in May to 2520 Longview St., Austin, from 4010 Guadalupe St., Austin. The company uses machine learning to help clients work with data and has been in business since 2018. According to CEO Eric Hills, the business is growing and made the move to be closer to downtown. www.wrangleworks.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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