10 new businesses in New Braunfels that are now open or coming soon

Courtesy Lazy J Crawfish
Courtesy Lazy J Crawfish

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Courtesy New Braunfels Mobile Physical therapy, PLLC
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Several new businesses have opened recently or are coming soon to the New Braunfels area. Below is a list of a few of them.

NOW OPEN

FireFly Books, a virtual bookkeeper for small businesses based out of the Creekside area of New Braunfels, had its grand opening April 21. In addition to bookkeeping, FireFly books also makes in-person visits to provide business recovery services as well as help with financial organization. 210-665-6200. www.fireflybook.net

Full service home building company JLP Builders had its grand opening April 10. Located at 1214 Wild Rose Dr., New Braunfels, the business offers virtual tours of its custom home plans and can help facilitate the building of a home on an already-owned lot or a lot owned by JLP Builders. 830-200-0305. www.buildingwithjlp.com

Lazy J Crawfish opened a new location April 9 at 5441 FM 1102, New Braunfels. The establishment operates as a restaurant that serves boiled crawfish, shrimp, blue crab and oysters, but Lazy J also does public sales of large orders to cater to events for several communities in an around the New Braunfels area. 936-334-6568. Search Lazy J Crawfish – New Braunfels on Facebook.

New Braunfels Mobile Physical Therapy, PLLC began operations in May providing mobile physical therapy services. The organization will visit a patient’s home or office and provides one-on-one care for each person. 830-837-2777. www.nbmobilept.com

A retail store centered on running called Two Rivers Running opened March 26 at 564 Comal Ave., New Braunfels. The store provides footwear, apparel and accessories for runners and walkers. Information from the company states it also offers training and coaching programs and hosts running groups each week. 830-660-6820. www.tworiversrunning.com

Dental Nouveau is now open at 2111 IH 35 S, Ste. 1101, New Braunfels. The dental practice was opened by husband and wife team Dr. Forrest Arguelles and Dr. Courtney Arguelles and offers family dental care with an emphasis on sleep solutions for adults and children. 830-360-1618. www.dentalnouveau.com

A McDonald’s restaurant is now open at 1201 IH 35, New Braunfels after the original building was demolished and rebuilt. The location is open for drive-thru and delivery, but the dining room is not yet open. 830-620-0008. www.mcdonalds.com

OffRoad Worx, a garage specializing in 4X4 and off-road vehicles, held a soft opening on April 1 at 115 Schumans Beach Rd, New Braunfels. The shop offers body work, alterations and more and will hold a grand opening on May 8. 830-521-5232

COMING SOON

A new Domino’s pizza restaurant is on its way to construction at 2211 SH 46, Ste. 103, New Braunfels. The buildout is estimated to be complete July 12 for that store. The pizza chain offers combo deals for carry out or delivery that include pizzas, salads, sides, drinks and desserts. www.dominos.com

A new Mexican restaurant is slated to open in June at 1308 W. San Antonio St., New Braunfels. Mi Torito will offer Mexican and tex-mex food and will host live music, parties and events. 830-237-2205
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.
By Brian Rash
Brian has been a reporter and editor since 2012. He wrote about the music scene in Dallas-Fort Worth before becoming managing editor for the Graham Leader in Graham, Texas, in 2013. He relocated to Austin, Texas, in 2015 to work for Gatehouse Media's large design hub. He became the editor for the Lake Travis-Westlake publication of Community Impact in August 2018.


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