5 businesses now open or coming soon to the Hill Country Galleria in Bee Cave

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See's Candies opened a holiday pop-up shop in the Hill Country Galleria. (Courtesy See's Candies)

See's Candies opened a holiday pop-up shop in the Hill Country Galleria. (Courtesy See's Candies)

Here are the newest businesses that have opened shops or will be opening by early 2022 in the Hill Country Galleria in Bee Cave.

NOW OPEN

Boutique fitness studio Body20 opened in November at 4005 Market St., Ste. 110, Bee Cave. The new studio features technology-enhanced muscle reactivation workouts using Food and Drug Administration-approved electro-muscle stimulation suits. The studio offer 20-minute one-on-one exercise sessions. 512-807-0591. www.body20.com

Activewear brand Lululemon opened a pop-up store Nov. 26 at 12800 Hill Country Blvd., Bee Cave. The athletic and lifestyle brand has locations nationwide and offers gear for running, training, yoga and other active lifestyles. https://shop.lululemon.com

See’s Candies is holding a holiday pop-up shop starting Nov. 11 behind The League Kitchen & Tavern at 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


COMING SOON

Nekter Juice Bar will open in December at 4005 Market St., Bee Cave. To promote clean eating and ingredient transparency, the bar offers a simple menu featuring six juices, seven smoothies and five acai bowls as well as healthy snacks. 800-385-1650. www.nekterjuicebar.com

El Dorado Gallery will open in January at 12901 Hill Country Blvd., Ste. D1-115, Bee Cave. The art gallery will feature paintings, sculptures and home decor from international artists who use a range of materials to create pieces used in private homes, hotels and restaurants. 737-289-9927. http://eldoradogallery.art
By Grace Dickens

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