New vegan business Yummy Chef opens, Huddle House coming soon and more Georgetown business news

Yummy Chef sells vegan delicacies, including coxinha, through its online store. (Courtesy Yummy Chef)
Yummy Chef sells vegan delicacies, including coxinha, through its online store. (Courtesy Yummy Chef)

Yummy Chef sells vegan delicacies, including coxinha, through its online store. (Courtesy Yummy Chef)

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1. Specialty food brand Yummy Chef opened its headquarters and commercial kitchen in Georgetown in October. Yummy Chef, which expanded in December to sell its products across the country, offers savory and sweet delicacies and exclusive vegan options. The kitchen is located at 608 N. Church St., Georgetown, but purchases can be made at www.yummychefus.com. 713-259-0844


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Huddle House will open a Georgetown location in mid-December. The restaurant offers all-day breakfast, lunch and dinner, with featured menu items including Oreo cookie crunch pancakes, stuffed hashbrowns and roasted prime rib tips. It will be located at 4610 N. I-35, Georgetown. 770-325-1300. www.huddlehouse.com

3. Jon Calvin was named the new CEO of Lone Star Circle of Care effective Dec. 1, according to a press release. Calvin previously served as the chief financial officer for Lone Star, a federally qualified health center operating a network of health clinics for the medically underserved. It has 23 locations in Texas. The Georgetown location was founded in 2001 and is at 2423 Williams Drive, Ste. 113, Georgetown. 877-800-5722. https://lonestarcares.org/
By Ali Linan
Ali Linan began covering Georgetown for Community Impact Newspaper in 2018. Her reporting focuses on education and Williamson County. Ali hails from El Paso and graduated from Syracuse University in 2017.


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