4 businesses coming soon to the New Braunfels area

Courtesy River's Edge
Courtesy River's Edge

Courtesy River's Edge

From a new beauty shop to a restaurant from San Antonio that is expanding, several new businesses are coming soon to the New Braunfels area. While not comprehensive, the list below details some of them.

Beauty Everlasting, a company that provides customers with treatments and products geared toward skin care, lashes and cosmetics, is having its grand opening event June 12 at 190 Center St., Ste. 108, New Braunfels. Beauty Everlasting offers services that include permanent cosmetics, facials, lash extensions and brow and lip waxing. 830-660-4850. www.beautyeverlasting.skincaretherapy.net

A Maryland-based educational child care group broke ground on a New Braunfels location on May 20. Kiddie Academy will be located at the southwest corner of FM 1101 and Kowald Lane and is anticipated to open in late fall of 2021. Since its foundation in 1981, the academy has expanded to more than 275 locations throughout the country and offers full-time care, before and after school care and summer camp programs for children ages 6 to 12 years old. Enrollment will begin this summer and those interested can contact Meza at 830-420-6300, [email protected] or visit www.kiddieacademy.com.

A San Antonio restaurant will soon open a second location in the building that once housed River Hoffbrau located at 1515 Kuehler Avenue, New Braunfels. Lucy Cooper’s Texas Ice House opened at 16080 San Pedro Ave., San Antonio in 2018 and is expected to open its New Braunfels location this summer. The eatery offers brunch, pizza, chicken wings, craft cocktails and more. The menu will remain the same at the new location. 210-462-1894. www.lucycoopers.com

International coding franchise, Code Ninjas will open its first New Braunfels location at 1847 Hwy. 46, Ste. D this summer. Through the program children will learn problem solving, critical thinking, STEM skills and how to code by building their own video games. 855-446-4652. www.codeninjas.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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