26 businesses that opened in New Braunfels in 2020, 1 coming in 2021

Courtesy Soul Shine
Courtesy Soul Shine

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More than two dozen retail or shopping businesses opened in 2020 in New Braunfels. Though the below list is not comprehensive, it represents the bulk of the businesses that opened their doors this past year.

Automotive

Big League Car Wash

1293 Hillcrest Drive

830-837-2065


www.bigleaguecarwash.com

FleetPride

3943 IH 35 S.

830-310-8350

www.branches.fleetpride.com

Valvoline Instant Oil Change

240 FM 306

830-515-5488

www.vioc.com

20 Watershed Car Wash

114 I-35 Business Loop

830-310-7761

www.watershedcarwash.com

Beauty

Frenchies Modern Nail Care

1928 Hwy. 46, Ste. 102

830-632-3400

www.frenchiesnails.com

The Industry Salon & Studios

382 S. IH 35, Unit 1

830-627-4237

www.facebook.com/Theindustrysalonandstudiosnb

Tonie Taylor Salon

2339 Gruene Lake Drive, Ste. B

830-387-4283

www.tonietaylor.com

Clothing

Guadalupe Vintage & Co.

1720 Hunter Road

737-228-7230

www.guadalupevintage.com

Pom Perfect

2339 Gruene Lake Drive, Ste. D

830-609-9993

www.pom-perfect.com

Soul Shine

292 W. Mill St.

830-627-4610

Fitness

Gracie Jiu-Jitsu New Braunfels

4306 FM 482

210-787-0542

www.gracieuniversity.com

Laurel Grace Yoga

351 Main Plaza

830-627-9305

www.laurelgraceyoga.com

New Braunfels Family YMCA

545 Creekside Crossing

830-606-9622

www.ymcasatx.org

Straight Blast Texas Martial Arts

& Yoga School

167A I-35 S.

830-832-6681

www.sbgtexas.com

Food

A-Tan Market

1528 E. Common St., Ste. 14

830-620-1999

www.atansushibar.com

Health

Outlaw Body Fuel

2090 N. I-35, Ste. 4112

830-632-5755

www.outlawbodyfuel.com

Home

My Happy Place Boutique

2327 Gruene Lake Drive, Ste. C

512-484-5808

www.myhappyplacehome.com

Traveling Gypsy Downtown

265 W. San Antonio St.

830-312-7372

www.travelinggypsy.org

Other

Bee Easy Craft

1305 W. San Antonio St.

830-632-5775

www.beeeasycrafts.com

Everyday Carry Texas

965 N. Walnut Ave., Ste. 100

830-632-5116

www.edctx.com

Kids R Kids Learning Academy

2230 Independence Drive

830-856-2727

www.kidsrkids.com

Pedego Electric Bike

231 Landa St.

830-312-6740

www.pedegoelectricbikes.com

Pillars Christian Learning Center

2144 Gabriels Place, New Braunfels

830-310-0017

www.thepillarsclc.com

COMING Early 2021

Postal Annex

2005 Central Plaza, Ste. 110

830-627-4400

www.postalannex.com

Nxtlvl Marine

1980 N I-35

830-767-0772

www.nxtlvlmarine.com

Sparky’s Dog House

697 S. Seguin Ave.

830-608-9399

www.facebook.com/sparkysdoghousenb

The Water Bar

390 Landa St., New Braunfels

830-625-3763

www.thewaterbartx.com
By Lauren Canterberry
Lauren began covering New Braunfels for Community Impact Newspaper in 2019. Her reporting focuses on education, development, breaking news and community interest stories. Lauren is originally from South Carolina and is a graduate of the University of Georgia.


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