Read the latest Central Texas business and community news.


City Post to bring steakhouse, market, speakeasy to downtown Georgetown

Georgetown residents can expect a new steakhouse, oyster bar, butcher counter, small market and event space—all in what was formerly the historic post office, which was built in the 1930s.

But what is a Prohibition-era building without a speakeasy? Residents can expect that, as well. The basement is complete with a hidden entrance.​​​​

PHOTOS: Football is back on the field for Georgetown ISD

Georgetown ISD kicked off its 2020 football season with a series of scrimmage games between Georgetown High School's and East View High School's freshman, junior varsity and varsity teams Sept. 18.

Black Sugar Caffe now open on the Georgetown Square, plus more business news

Stay up to date on Georgetown business news with the following updates.

Round Rock-Pflugerville-Hutto

Prost Alehouse to open downtown Pflugerville brewery, and 4 other business updates

Prost Alehouse will open a brewery in downtown Pflugerville in the coming months. Read on to learn about the Alehouse and four other business updates from Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto.

Kalahari Resorts to hold drive-thru hiring event for hundreds of Round Rock jobs

Kalahari Resorts & Conventions, which is hiring 700 employees by the end of the year, is hosting a drive-thru career fair Sept. 24.

The resort is hiring culinary, office, housekeeping and water park staff for its Round Rock location, which is expected to open Nov. 12.

Central Austin

Easy Tiger announces permanent closure of original Sixth Street location

Easy Tiger announced Sept. 18 it will permanently close its original downtown location at 709 E. Sixth St., Austin. “This is a bittersweet moment. 6th Street is our birthplace, where we baked our first loaves of bread and poured our first craft beers,” the owners wrote in a social media post.

Lake Travis-Westlake

Biderman's Deli closes its Westlake location

Biderman’s Deli permanently closed its location at 701 S. Capital of Texas Hwy., West Lake Hills, as well as its downtown Austin location, according to a Sept. 20 statement from owner Zach Biderman. The New York-style, Jewish-inspired deli opened last Novemember within the Village at Westlake to serve bagels, sandwhiches and other menu items such as matzo ball soup.

Kelsey Thompson, Amy Rae Dadamo, Taylor Jackson Buchanan, Sally Grace Holtgrieve, Ali Linan and Jack Flagler contributed to this report.