New Braunfels business closures: Tejas Traders, Pavlock's Cafe and more closed in June

These New Braunfels businesses closed in June.

1. Centric Physicians Outpatient Clinic closed its office at 545 Creekside Crossing, Ste. 206, New Braunfels, at the end of June. The clinic was part of the Centric Physicians Group that started in San Antonio, and the group plans to open a location in Boerne this year. 830-214-7714. www.centricphysicians.com

2. Tejas Traders at 1706 Hunter Road, New Braunfels, closed in June. The shop carried home decor and gifts and transferred much of its remaining inventory to its sister store Rusty Bugs & Roosters. www.facebook.com/tejas-traders-1680172375542355

3. Pavlock’s Cafe & Catering closed at 801 W. San Antonio St., New Braunfels, in June. The cafe offered salads, soups, lunch items, and catered for public and private events. 830-606-9596. www.pavlocks.com

4. Sizzle Kitchen, which opened in the building that previously housed Hiccups & Churroholic, closed in June. The restaurant was located at 2031 Central Plaza, Ste. 103, New Braunfels and offered Asian fusion cuisine and a variety of tea and coffee options. 830-632-5566.


If you know of other New Braunfels businesses that have closed or opened recently, let us know by emailing [email protected].
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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