Las Michelada’s Haus now open; Big Bib BBQ coming soon and more New Braunfels business news

Las Michelada's Haus opened in New Braunfels in September. (Courtesy Las Michelada's Haus)
Las Michelada's Haus opened in New Braunfels in September. (Courtesy Las Michelada's Haus)

Las Michelada's Haus opened in New Braunfels in September. (Courtesy Las Michelada's Haus)

Now open

Beautanicals Wellness opened at 1121-A N Academy Ave., New Braunfels, on Sept. 4. The shop offers beauty and wellness products made with locally sourced ingredients and CBD oil. 830-625-2385. www.beautanicalswellness.com

Cupcake Haus, a bakery that offers a variety of sweet treats for delivery, began operations in New Braunfels in September. The eatery offers a rotating weekly menu of cupcakes, cupcake decorating kits and “pupcakes” that are safe for dogs. www.cupcakehaus.com

Las Michelada’s Haus opened at 1102 N .Walnut Ave., New Braunfels, on Sept. 22. The restaurant specializes in seafood, beer and customizable micheladas. 830-312-7150. www.facebook.com/lasmicheladashaus

On July 16, Lucent Photography opened at 1627 Spur St., New Braunfels. The photography studio offers sessions for portraits, quinceaneras, boudoir and more. 830-822-5842. www.atlucentphotography.com


The Comal Thrift Shoppe opened its doors Sept. 16 at 3702 S. I-35, Ste. 110, New Braunfels. The shop is owned and operated by the Crisis Center of Comal County and offers clothing, home decor items and more. When items are donated to the CCCC, the center’s clients are first given time to choose anything they may need. Remaining items are sorted by staff and volunteers and then sold with proceeds from the shop helping to fund the center’s programs and services. 830-312-7327. www.crisiscenternb.org/comal-thrift-shoppe

A new Dollar General location opened at 130 N. Solms Road, New Braunfels, in September. It is the seventh location for the national chain in New Braunfels and offers household goods, groceries, beauty products and more. 877-463-1553. www.dollargeneral.com

Coming soon

Big Bib BBQ is slated to open a New Braunfels location at 508 Landa St. in mid-October. Based in San Antonio, the restaurant was established in 2000 and operates two additional locations, where customers can order smoked meat served by the pound, an array of side dishes, loaded baked potatoes and more. 830-608-0422. www.thebigbib.com

A new preschool called The Goddard School for Early Childhood Development is anticipated to open in New Braunfels in early 2022 at 582 Geneva St. The school is part of a larger network that has campuses throughout the country and offers a variety of programs for infants through children in elementary school. The New Braunfels location is accepting enrollments. 830-420-6700. www.goddardschool.com

A new Mexican restaurant called Sal-O-Mon is expected to open in October at 311 FM 306, Ste. 103, New Braunfels. Owner Oscar Gomez said the menu will include traditional dishes from the Pacific coast of Mexico such as camarenos zarandeados, chilaquiles, ceviche and a wine list curated to pair with the food. Gomez operates a restaurant by the same name in Schertz and plans to focus his efforts completely on the New Braunfels location once it opens. 210-451-0142. www.facebook.com/salomonfood
By Lauren Canterberry

Reporter, New Braunfels

Lauren joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in October 2019. After graduating with a degree in journalism from the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia, Lauren was a freelance journalist and worked as a college English teacher in China. At CI, Lauren covers education, local government, transportation, business, real estate development and nonprofits in New Braunfels.



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