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Fuego Latino Gastropub now open, Harbor Freight Tools coming soon and more Georgetown business news
Fuego Latino Gastropub is now open on the Georgetown Square. The restaurant opened Aug. 8 and is located at 708 S. Austin Ave., Georgetown, replacing Greenhouse Craft Food, which permanently closed its Georgetown location May 4.
Central Texas Mini Golf plans October opening in Georgetown
After originally planning for an August opening, Central Texas Mini Golf is set to open an 18-hole, landscape-style mini golf course in mid- or late October, co-owner Audrey Anderson said.
Roundup: 5 businesses celebrating anniversaries in South Austin
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First round of PPP loans offered temporary relief in New Braunfels, saved jobs
In New Braunfels, Small Business Administration data showed 229 companies—corporations, nonprofits, independent contractors, sole proprietors and limited liability companies—received loans ranging from $150,000 to $5 million.
SBA data shows that another 1,577 New Braunfels businesses received loans of $150,000 or less.
Lone Star Bath Treats expands to brick-and-mortar location in New Braunfels
Lone Star Bath Treats, located at 2090 N. I-35, Ste. 4111, New Braunfels, had its grand opening July 29. What began in 2016 as a vendor operation at various farmers markets throughout Central Texas has now expanded into a brick-and-mortar store, according to owner Mandi Jakubowski, a retired police officer.
Thom's Market to open fourth Austin location
Thom's Market will open at 5901 Burnet Road, Austin, in late 2020. This will be the fourth location of the locally owned market, which owner Bill Thom started on Barton Springs Road in 2008.
Pop-ups from former Olamaie, Pitchfork Pretty chefs opening on Manor Road
Este, a forthcoming restaurant at 2113 Manor Road, Austin, will host three pop-ups at its property before its scheduled opening in 2021.
JewBoy Burgers moving to Airport Boulevard brick-and-mortar
JewBoy Burgers will be opening a brick-and-mortar location in September at 5111 Airport Blvd., Austin, in the spot formerly occupied by Cluck-n-Burger, which closed July 3.
The Brass Tap reopens and 5 other business updates in Round Rock, Hutto
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Pflugerville Public Library announces return date for curbside services
The Pflugerville Public Library will resume curbside services Aug. 11, according to a city news release. The announcement follows a temporary pause on curbside services that began July 8 due to rising COVID-19 case counts in Pflugerville.
After March fire, Helen's Casa Alde returns in food truck form in Buda
Following a fire March 14 that rendered a Buda staple temporarily out of business, Helen's Casa Alde has just completed a soft opening at its new food truck.
Texas-based automotive company acquires newly built Jaguar Land Rover North Austin
The Texas-based Sewell Automotive Companies opened its first dealership in the Greater Austin area July 31 at 13910 N. RM 620, Austin. The family-owned company acquired Jaguar Land Rover North Austin, which opened in March under Park Place Dealerships. The newly constructed 70,000-square-foot dealership features a glass-enclosed showroom, a three-lane service drive, a service shop and more. Sewell, which has existed since 1911, now operates 17 full-service dealerships across Texas.
Nicholas Cicale, Lauren Canterberry, Jack Flagler, Kelsey Thompson, Ali Linan, Sally Grace Holtgrieve, Amy Rae Dadamo and Brian Rash contributed to this report.