Here’s a look at five restaurants and eateries that closed in the Lake Travis-Westlake area in the past year:

1. Bruster's Real Ice Cream in Hudson Bend closed in September at 3303 N. RM 620, Austin. The ice cream shop is owned by Rudolf Maier, who said he has no plans to reopen the business and is hoping to sell the property. Bruster’s is based in Bridgewater, Pennsylvania, and has nearly 200 locations in 22 states. The ice cream shop sells dozens of different flavors, sundaes, ice cream cakes and pies, shakes, ice cream blasts, and other specialty items.

2. Austin-based company Daily Juice Cafe officially closed all of its locations Jan. 22.

The company’s location in Westlake at 3300 Bee Caves Road, Ste. 245, West Lake Hills, closed in 2022. The Bee Cave location at 12921 Shops Parkway, Ste. 450, in the Shops at the Galleria then closed Jan. 22, along with two other North Austin locations. In a statement on Instagram, company officials said they were grateful for the community’s support: “We are so grateful to you all for supporting us through this journey, through the pandemic and throughout this last tough year of rising food costs, labor costs and rents.”

Daily Juice Cafe was a health-centered store, selling bottled juice, avocado toast, smoothies, acai bowls and organic NadaMoo! shakes.

3. Hudson's Fine Hill Country Dining closed its location at 3509 N. RM 620, Austin, in December.

The restaurant opened near Lakeway in 2018 after replacing Hudson's on the Bend in the same location. Hudson's on the Bend originally opened in 1984 and was owned by chef Jeff Blank. The fine dining restaurant then closed and reopened several times before it officially became Hudson's Fine Hill Country Dining in 2018. The current owners have not said whether the closing will be permanent or temporary.

Hudson's Fine Hill Country Dining served several wild game dishes, including smoked duck and scallops, elk tenderloin, free range lamb rack, and chicken fried venison.

4. Kitchen Del Mar Seafood, Grill & Bar closed in late 2022 at 3519 N. RM 620, Austin. The restaurant opened in January 2022 next to Hudson's Fine Hill Country Dining. The menu previously featured seafood, oysters, craft beer and cocktails. The restaurant also had a patio with live music, a cigar room and a wine bar.

5. Pizzeria Casa Nostra, located at 21209 Hwy. 71, Spicewood, closed its doors at the end of December.

The pizzeria sold its building to the Lake Travis Community Library District. The district is expecting to complete its new project, called Lake Travis Community Library West, sometime in 2023, Library Director Morgan McMillian said.

Pizzeria Casa Nostra opened in Spicewood in 2018 and offered multiple items in addition to pizza, including linguini with clams, lasagna Bolognese and a pasta carbonara.