Residents of the Lake Travis and West Austin region can look out for these 19 businesses coming soon, newly open or relocating.

Now open

Finding Hope Wellness Center

Located within the Lake Travis United Methodist Church Activities Center, the mental health-focused ministry offers individual and group crisis support services.Law office of Scott Herlihy

Practicing for over 25 years, Scott Herlihy handles all family law matters, from prenuptial and post-nuptial agreements to divorce, modifications, enforcement and more.Bottle & Cork

In late March, new liquor store Bottle & Cork opened in Spicewood near the intersection of Hwy. 71 and Bee Creek Road. The store sells spirits, fine wine and beer as well as charcuterie items from Antonelli’s Cheese in Austin and steaks from the Chicago brand Allen Brothers.Vitality Bowls

The health food franchise location is operated by Anshuk Saxena and Shereen Chand. The cafe offers superfood grain bowls, salads, wraps, paninis and acai bowls with fruit. Chand said the cafe will also take extra precautions to accommodate those with food allergies.Hill Country Hot Yoga

The new studio has an infrared heating system and offers certified hot yoga classes for all skill levels. Owners Tracey Sledge and Holly Downs said they plan to eventually offer hot pilates, hot Vinyasa, non-heated Yin and stretching classes.Poke Hookup

Local owners Mark and Lili Schulte’s first poke bowl restaurant offers multiple protein varieties from raw seafood to chicken and tofu.Taco Margarita

The Dripping Springs-based Mexican restaurant opened its second location in Bee Cave. The spot serves traditional plates, such as tacos, chimichangas, burritos, enmoladas and enchiladas, as well as margaritas and cocktails.Legrand

Owned by Leah Smith, the luxury women’s apparel and lifestyle boutique sells designer clothing from over two dozen brands alongside jewelry, accessories and home fragrances.Studio 3 Marketing

The California-based marketing firm opened a new location in the Lake Travis area providing services for design, branding, web development, social media, e-commerce, email marketing and more.

Coming soon

The Barrel Room Billiards & Games

Oasis Texas Brewing Co. will transform its second floor into a games center with a full-service bar restaurant serving smoked meat tacos, torts, nachos, salads and craft cocktails. The new all-ages, dog-friendly spot will have pool tables, darts, video games, corn hole, board games, skeeball and basketball games.
  • Opening in early July
  • 6550 Comanche Trail, Ste. 201, Austin
Swedish Hill Bakery Westlake

The Austin-based bakery and neighborhood market announced its newest location will be at the former location of Blue Dahlia Bistro, which closed in April. The spot serves breakfast, pastries, sandwiches, soups and salads, alongside its coffee bar.Anytime Fitness

The fitness center will offer 24-hour access as well as a variety of strength and cardio equipment. Members have access to free fitness consultations with a coach and 5,100 other locations worldwide.Celebration Church Lake Travis

The global, nondenominational church has plans to open a new location in Bee Cave offering Sunday sermons, youth programming, events, outreach opportunities and more.


The Hive

The Bee Cave Arts Foundation’s art center and exhibition space will move to a new location within the Hill Country Galleria. The location displays art from local artists and students and offers a children’s art area, art classes and summer camps.Greater Austin Allergy

The allergy, asthma & immunology clinic will relocate within Bee Cave from the Shops at the Galleria retail center at 12801 Shops Parkway, Ste. 400, Bee cave, to less than a mile away, Practice Manager Candice Kollatschny said. The Austin-based business specializes in treatment for nasal and sinus, lung, skin and food allergy-related conditions.Tomasik Family Dental

The locally-owned practice will relocate from 13917 Hwy. 71, Ste. B, Bee Cave, to its new space to offer in-house specialists for all dental needs in one place, plus technology improvements such as 3D printing, improved scanning and milling for same-day procedures, and more.

In the news


The wing restaurant chain will complete construction on a new Lakeway location by June, according to a filing with the Texas Department for Licensing and Regulation. The restaurant offers chicken wings with a variety of wing rubs, including lemon pepper, hickory smoked barbecue, garlic parmesan and more.Lakeway Christian Brothers Automotive

The faith-based automotive repair facility came under new ownership by Brandon and Olivia Thomas in March.Raising Canes

The fast food chain celebrated 10 years in the Rollingwood area in May. The restaurant is known for its chicken fingers as well as sweet tea, lemonade, Texas toast and Cane’s sauce.