Check out the latest updates on these Northwest Austin businesses.

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Phoebe’s Diner at Gracy Farms

With Chef-Partner Camden Stuerzenberger at the helm, Phoebe’s Diner opened a third location at Gracy Farms and began offering a range of menu options from breakfast to specialty plates, snacks, barbecue and more.The Rose Bakery

Award-winning pastry chef Julie Myrtille opened a second bakery in the Austin area highlighting French, American and English treats. The Rose Bakery offers scratch-made goods, such as breads, canneles, madeleines, crepes, macarons and more, in addition to soups, homemade jams and quiches. Myrtille's first bakery, Julie Myrtille Bakery, will remain open in Springdale General at 1023 Springdale Road, Bldg. 1-D, Austin.The Grill-eria

The authentic Mexican restaurant offers soups, pork carnitas, chilaquiles, tacos and more on housemade tortillas. The Grill-eria also offers parrilladas and limited specials, such as chicharrones by the pound.Stonelake Chiropractic

Owned by Jacoby Bergeron, the spinal care clinic offers chiropractic care for athletes, automotive injuries, overall wellness and more. Using the Gonstead Technique, Bergeron can treat a range of conditions, such as back and neck pain, headaches and sciatica.Tare

Executive chef Michael Carranza and pastry chef Danielle Martinez opened the 12-seat brick-and-mortar location, offering a multicourse omakase menu blending flavors from Texas and Tokyo.Sweetgreen

The eatery offers a range of customizable, protein-based plates and bowls, in addition to salads, kids meals and desserts.Zalat Pizza

The restaurant specializes in hand-tossed New York-style specialty pizzas featuring a variety of toppings, sauces and garnishes.Pho 63

The mobile Vietnamese eatery serves pho, banh mi, rice and noodle dishes, appetizers and more, in addition to milk and fruit teas.Dirty Dough Cookies

The cookie shop sells "super-stuffed cookie bombs," which feature various layers, mix-ins and fillings baked into the dough, such as a raspberry toaster tart, a reverse with Reese’s and a classic chocolate chip. Gluten-free options are also available.MCM

The alternative luxury brand offers clothing, shoes, bags, fragrances and accessories for women and men.Coming soon

Oasis Face Bar

The business will offer customizable, targeted skin care services, such as sculpting, deep cleansing, dermaplaning, brightening and more, in addition to light therapy options, brow and lash tinting, and waxing.IKEA Austin at The Domain

A new format IKEA store will open at The Domain, offering customers a chance to meet with an IKEA expert to plan and order home furnishings. The plan and order format will also offer a pickup point for in-person and online orders, as well as the option of professional assistance with assembly.
  • Opening this summer
  • 3306 Esperanza Crossing, Austin
The Drip Bar

Franchisee Anthony Reyes will open the IV therapy bar, with a focus on health and wellness by providing vitamins through IVs and shots. The Drip Bar also offers services such as Botox, hydrafacials, halotherapy, infrared saunas, red light therapy, and more. The original location at 11011 Domain Drive, Ste. 104, will remain open.Relocations

Art Plus Academy

Founder Monica Araoz moved the academy, which focuses on drawing and painting skills, from 9308 Anderson Mill Road to 10401 Anderson Mill Road. There are three other locations in Cedar Park, Lakeway and Southwest Austin.Expansions

Kramer’s Cocktail Lounge at Hopsquad Brewing Co.

The Latino-owned, Austin-based brewery will expand its building to open a cocktail lounge featuring curated drinks in an intimate setting.IBM

The technology and consulting company signed a lease for a 50,000-square-foot space at the Parmer Impact Labs. No completion date was announced as of press time.In the news

Covert Cadillac

The automotive dealership, which sells new and preowned vehicles, will undergo renovations beginning in March to expand the showroom, new-car delivery area, concierge area and more, with an expected completion of late 2024.Dior at The Domain

The Domain will add luxury brand Christian Dior to its shops later this year, according to filings with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulations. Christian Dior stores offer fashion for women and men, fragrances, accessories and more.Closings


The grocery store will close on or before Feb. 10 due to underperformance, officials with the company confirmed. Prescriptions from the pharmacy will be transferred to the Randalls at 8040 Mesa Drive, Austin.Soft Surroundings

The Missouri-based home goods and women’s apparel store will close its brick-and-mortar North Austin location while making the transition to an online-only shop.