Tipsy Cow Ice Cream in San Marcos closing and other local business news

Tipsy Cow Ice Cream in San Marcos will close Sept. 26. (Courtesy Tipsy Cow Ice Cream)
Tipsy Cow Ice Cream in San Marcos will close Sept. 26. (Courtesy Tipsy Cow Ice Cream)

Tipsy Cow Ice Cream in San Marcos will close Sept. 26. (Courtesy Tipsy Cow Ice Cream)

NOW OPEN

Nails 4 U opened in late June at 401 FM 1626, Ste. C, Buda. The salon offers all types of nail services from dip powder to gel manicures and nail extensions. 512-361-0312

Mambo Hair Studio opened in mid-August at 700 N. LBJ Drive, Ste. 110C, San Marcos. The studio is open every day of the week and employs three hairdressers who offer haircuts, conditioning treatments, coloring services, extensions and more. 512-749-0861. https://mambo-hair-studio.business.site

COMING SOON

O’Reilly will open a new location in January on FM 1626 near the Buda Sportsplex. The new facility is currently under construction and will be approximately 8,000 square feet. Once open, the store will offer a variety of vehicle parts such as car batteries and brakes as well as accessories such as protective gear and first aid kits. www.oreillyauto.com



CLOSINGS

The family-owned Tipsy Cow Ice Cream shop is closing the San Marcos location at 235 N. LBJ Drive, Ste. A, on Sept. 26. The San Marcos location opened in October 2019 and served ice cream and milkshakes, some featuring alcohol, hence the name. The New Braunfels location at 2154 Gabriels Place, Ste. 104, will remain open. www.newbraunfelstipsycow.com

IN THE NEWS

eMD Access partnered with Capsule to provide patients of telemedicine with same-day home delivery of prescription medication. eMD Access provides telemedicine access to residents of Central Texas through Austin Regional Clinic from some urgent needs to routine check-ups. Now, patients who have a subscription to eMD Access will be able to meet with an ARC doctor and receive any medication they may need while at home. This service is available for residents of Hays, Travis, Williamson and Bastrop counties. www.emdaccess.com

By Zara Flores
Zara joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in August 2021. Prior to CI, she interned at Picket Fence Media in Southern California and graduated from Cal State Fullerton where she was assistant news editor for the Daily Titan and copy editor for Tusk Magazine. Zara covers education, business, government and more for Buda, Kyle and San Marcos.


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