ROUNDUP: New restaurants, pop-up shop coming to the Lake Travis-Westlake area

Zest Indian Kitchen & Bar is one of three restaurants coming to the Lake Travis-Westlake area, along with a pop-up shop. (Phyllis Campos/Community Impact Newspaper)
Zest Indian Kitchen & Bar is one of three restaurants coming to the Lake Travis-Westlake area, along with a pop-up shop. (Phyllis Campos/Community Impact Newspaper)

Zest Indian Kitchen & Bar is one of three restaurants coming to the Lake Travis-Westlake area, along with a pop-up shop. (Phyllis Campos/Community Impact Newspaper)

Two new restaurants, a snack bar and a pop-up shop are making their way to the Lake Travis and Westlake area in the coming months.



Hoekstra Brothers Fine Wine will open a snack bar named Dirk’s Ice Dock on Nov. 15 in the Hollingsworth Food Court at 9334 Hwy. 71, Spicewood. The snack bar will serve up light, quick fare, such as bratwurst, Louisiana boudin and chili cheese dogs. Sunday brunch items will be offered. Beverages will range from Hawaiian ice and ice cream oats to crafted nonalcoholic cocktail mixers. 512-808-8414. www.hoekstrabros.com

Soon offering North Indian cuisine is Zest Indian Kitchen & Bar at 2011 Main St., Ste. 400, in the Oaks at Lakeway shopping center. Dishes such as chicken tikka masala, biryani, vindaloo, chana masala and saag paneer will be offered. The restaurant is scheduled to open Nov. 15. 512-428-5309.

Marco’s Pizza will open its newest Austin franchise location Nov. 11 at 3944 RM 620, Bee Cave. The nationwide chain serves pizza, pizza bowls, subs and salads. 512-649-8588. www.marcos.com


See’s Candies is holding a holiday pop-up shop starting Nov. 11 behind The League Kitchen & Tavern at the Hill Country Galleria, 12700 Hill Country Blvd., Bee Cave. The candy shop has been in operation for over 100 years and has locations all across America. The pop-up offers a variety of chocolates, candy and seasonal gifts. 800-347-7337. www.sees.com
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