Ramen Tatsu-Ya readies new South Austin concept, plus more area business news

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Tiki Tatsu-Ya, a new restaurant from the team behind Ramen Tatsu-Ya and Kemuri Tatsu-Ya, is set to open late this summer. (Courtesy Jane Yun)

Tiki Tatsu-Ya, a new restaurant from the team behind Ramen Tatsu-Ya and Kemuri Tatsu-Ya, is set to open late this summer. (Courtesy Jane Yun)

Tiki bar and restaurant Tiki Tatsu-Ya is set to open late this summer at 1300 S. Lamar Blvd., Austin. Located next to sister restaurant Ramen Tatsu-ya, it will serve shareable dishes with Polynesian and Japanese influences as well as tiki-inspired beverage program led by mixologist Cory Starr. Owned by chef Tatsu Aikawa, Tiki Tatsu-Ya was inspired by Aikawa’s travels with his brother, Shion. www.tiki-tatsuya.com

Alo Yoga will open at South Congress Avenue’s Music Lane. it was originally scheduled for an Aug. 4 opening, but that has been delayed, according to Music Lane representatives. The yoga clothier sells “studio to street” apparel for women and men at 1221 S. Congress Ave., Ste. 150, Austin. www.aloyoga.com


Texas Orthopedics, Sports and Rehabilitation Associates on July 1 celebrated its 35th year of operating in the Austin area. The orthopedic care and rehabilitation center operates seven separate clinics across Central Texas, including a location at 3755 S. Capital of Texas Hwy., Ste. 160, Austin. More than 30 physicians now work for Texas Orthopedics, according to the organization. Texas Orthopedics has physicians who specialize in orthopedics, spine and rheumatology. 512-439-1000. www.txortho.com

The Natural Health Center of Austin, an herbal medicine clinic also offering acupuncture and nutrition services, is set to relocate to 2804 S. First St., Ste. 1101, Austin, this month. Originally located at 3809 S. Second St., The Natural Health Center opened in 2003 with the goal of helping Austinites with chronic pain, allergies and stress. 512-892-3366. www.austinacupuncturewellness.com
By Olivia Aldridge

Reporter, Central Austin

Olivia joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in March 2019. She covers public health, business, development and Travis County government. A graduate of Presbyterian College in South Carolina, Olivia worked as a reporter and producer for South Carolina Public Radio before moving to Texas. Her work has appeared on NPR and in the New York Times.



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