Bee Cave Orthodontics celebrates anniversary, Poke House opens in West Lake Hills and more business news

Bee Cave Orthodontics celebrated five years in business. (Courtesy Bee Cave Orthodontics)
Bee Cave Orthodontics celebrated five years in business. (Courtesy Bee Cave Orthodontics)

Bee Cave Orthodontics celebrated five years in business. (Courtesy Bee Cave Orthodontics)

Here is the most recent business news from the Lake Travis-Westlake area.

1. Bee Cave Orthodontics celebrated its five-year anniversary in June at 11412 Bee Cave Road, Ste. 300, Austin. The practice, operated by Dr. Adriana Da Silveira, offers a variety of orthodontic treatments including Invisalign, metal braces, ceramic braces and surgical orthodontics, according to the company’s website. 512-334-0444. www.beecaveortho.com


2. Family Powersports Austin opened in late May at 19818 Hwy. 71, Spicewood. This will be the company’s fourth location with other locations in Lubbock, Odessa and San Angelo. Family Powersports has an inventory of dirt bikes, boats, jet skis, scooters, ATVs and other vehicles. 512-729-0700. www.familypowersports.com

3. Poke House opened its third location June 21 at 3652 Bee Caves Road, West Lake Hills. The family-owned restaurant offers customizable Hawaiian poke bowls, including a variety of fresh fish, sauces and topping. The location will be temporarily closed on Sundays. Poke House first opened in 2017 and operates Round Rock and Northwest Austin locations. www.pokehouseatx.com

4. Cotton On, an Australian fashion and lifestyle store, moved in June to the upper level of the Barton Creek Square shopping mall, 2901 S. Capital of Texas Hwy., Austin. The store added approximately 5,500 square feet after the relocation and now features a kids section. 512-330-9639. www.cottonon.com

By Amy Rae Dadamo
Amy Rae Dadamo is the reporter for Lake Travis-Westlake, where her work focuses on city government and education. Originally from New Jersey, Amy Rae relocated to Austin after graduating from Ramapo College of New Jersey in May 2019.


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