Three businesses coming to or now open at the Hill Country Galleria

Three new businesses are open or coming soon to Bee Cave's Hill Country Galleria. (Courtesy Giant Noise)
Three new businesses are open or coming soon to Bee Cave's Hill Country Galleria. (Courtesy Giant Noise)

Three new businesses are open or coming soon to Bee Cave's Hill Country Galleria. (Courtesy Giant Noise)

Locally based Kendra Scott opened a 200-square-foot storefront at 12700 Hill Country Blvd., Bee Cave, inside of Dillard’s at the Hill Country Galleria on Nov. 7. The women's jewelry company celebrated the new location with a grand opening Nov. 7 from noon-7 p.m. that featured giveaways, live music and finger food. 512-263-0520. www.kendrascott.com

FoliePop's, a French pastry and coffee shop, will open in the Hill Country Galleria in spring 2020 at 13420 Galleria Circle, Ste. A140, Bee Cave. At FoliePop's, guests are invited to be their own chef, choosing from over 512 flavored pastry, croissant or brownie combinations, according to a press release from the Galleria. The family-operated shop was founded by Antoine Chassonnery and Audrey Sigoure, who previously worked in Dubai developing products for Fauchon, a gourmet food and delicatessen company, the release states. “We are a family of culinary enthusiasts, and after many years of working with the best in the industry, we felt ready to share our passion with the community that has proven so welcoming to like-minded businesses and entrepreneurs like us,” Sigoure said in the release. The business does not currently have a phone number. www.foliepops.com


Locally based retailer Runaway Luna Lifestyle will open at the Hill Country Galleria this November at 12800 Hill Country Blvd, Ste. G-130, Bee Cave, next to The Walking Co. Founded by mother-daughter team Cathy and Hanna Galbraith, Runaway Luna offers embossed leather handbags and accessories inspired by travels to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. 512-888-1320. www.runawaylunalifestyle.com
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