New coworking space in Bee Cave and other Central Texas updates

FUSE Workspace offers a collaborative working environment in its “coworking cafe," which includes a $28,000, all-you-can-drink gourmet coffee bot. (Courtesy FUSE Workspace)
FUSE Workspace offers a collaborative working environment in its “coworking cafe," which includes a $28,000, all-you-can-drink gourmet coffee bot. (Courtesy FUSE Workspace)

FUSE Workspace offers a collaborative working environment in its “coworking cafe," which includes a $28,000, all-you-can-drink gourmet coffee bot. (Courtesy FUSE Workspace)

Read the latest business and community news from Central Texas.

Lake Travis-Westlake

'Coworking cafe' FUSE Workspace opens in Bee Cave


For a little more than the price of a daily cup of coffee, FUSE Workspace offers a collaborative working environment in its “coworking cafe," which includes a $28,000, all-you-can-drink gourmet coffee bot.

From holiday lights to a blood drive: Things to do in the Lake Travis-Westlake area this November



Events include the Austin Jewish Film Festival.

West Austin ‘Weird Home’ preserved and restored into a short-term rental

The Bloomhouse—an 1,100-square-foot home in the hills of West Austin—was built in the 1970s by University of Texas architecture students for fellow student Dalton Bloom.

After 5 years in business, ATX Hyperbarics expands its operations

A drug-free treatment center in West Lake Hills has reached a milestone.

ATX Hyperbarics, located in the Westlake Medical Center in West Lake Hills, recently celebrated its fifth anniversary of treating various injuries through increasing oxygen in the blood by exposing patients to hyperbaric pressure within its oxygen-rich chambers.

Westlake sees addition of psychiatry practice, The Lagree Studio relocates in Bee Cave and more local business news

Here's the most recent business news from the Lake Travis-Westlake area.

Round Rock-Pflugerville-Hutto

British pub and restaurant opens in Round Rock and 3 other business updates

Round Rock has experienced its own miniature British invasion, following The Kenney Fort Pub & British Restaurant's grand opening Nov. 9.

Cedar Park-Leander

More sports, health businesses open at The Crossover; three more tenants to open soon


HK Taekwondo and The Truth Family Fitness & Performance Sports plan to open in December and January, respectively.

Northwest Austin

Slapbox Pizzicheria opens Northwest Austin location and 4 other dining updates to know


Read the latest updates from Northwest Austin.

Georgetown

New Georgetown-based online boutique, pop-up shop offers ‘hippie vibes mixed with Western flair’


In May, India Jarvis launched Georgetown-based Hippie West, turning her lifelong passion into a business.

Family-owned Greek Gyros & Pizza-Subs brings eclectic menu to Georgetown

Musa and Sadejeta Sinanaj knew they wanted to open a restaurant when they moved to Georgetown six years ago from The Bronx, New York, but they were unsure as to exactly what kind, their son Leo said.

San Marcos-Buda-Kyle

New Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen in San Marcos anticipates spring 2021 opening

A Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen location at 2540 I-35, San Marcos, is anticipated to open in spring 2021, according to information from the Cheddar's corporate office.

World War II-themed mini-golf course, museum coming to Buda

Owners and creators Brian and Rachel McKinney said it will be the word's first combination mini-golf course and museum focused on WWII.

Modern Day Hemp Company holds grand opening in downtown San Marcos

Modern Day Hemp Company, located at 317 N. LBJ Drive, San Marcos, held its grand opening event Nov. 7.

Sally Grace Holtgrieve, Amy Rae Dadamo, Brian Perdue, Ali Linan, Brian Rash, Iain Oldman and Taylor Girtman contributed to this report.



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