Georgetown eatery opens oyster bar, market; Pflugerville community under new management and more Central Texas news

City Post Chophouse opened its oyster bar and market in June. (Trent Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)
City Post Chophouse opened its oyster bar and market in June. (Trent Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)

City Post Chophouse opened its oyster bar and market in June. (Trent Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)

Read the latest business and community news from the Central Texas area.

Georgetown

City Post Chophouse opens its oyster bar and market

City Post expects to open its full dining room and kitchen, described as a “fine-dining, full-service steakhouse” in October.

New Braunfels



Action Behavior Centers opens in New Braunfels, works to support families with children on autism spectrum

Registered behavior technicians work with each child, said Shawdra Janne, operations manager for the New Braunfels location, and offer applied behavior analysis therapy.

Round Rock

New Baylor Scott & White clinic now open on Eagles Nest Street in Round Rock

The hepatology specialists can help treat a range of liver conditions and diseases, and work to prevent, diagnose, treat and manage the complications of liver disease.

JuiceLand coming to Round Rock in November

The Austin-based juice, smoothie and coffee chain was founded in 2011 by Matt Shook.

Pflugerville

Fairways of Blackhawk under new management by Associa Hill Country

Associa Hill Country has been selected to manage Fairways of Blackhawk, a 476-home community in Pflugerville, in partnership with the community’s board of directors.

Eddie Harbour, Lauren Canterberry, Brian Rash, Brooke Sjoberg and Carson Ganong contributed to this report.






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