A variety of businesses have recently opened or plan to in Hutto, including two dentist offices, a tea lounge and a physical therapy office. Check out the latest businesses to move to the city.

Now open

Sol Center Physical Therapy

The physical therapy office is now open in Hutto. The business specializes in oncology rehabilitation and lymphedema. Staff help patients recover from surgery, manage short- or long-term side effects of medical treatment, or help increase strength, alleviate pain, improve balance and restore everyday functions.Sky’s Herbal & Wellness

The business offers a variety of CBD products meant to help with relaxation, relieve pain or reduce inflammation.
  • Opened Nov. 5
  • 3333 CR 119, Ste. 18, Hutto
  • 512-608-7818
Coming soon

Plaque Panther Dentistry

Owned by Dr. Devon Harris, a graduate from Pflugerville High School, the office will provide a wide range of dentistry services, including gum care, fillings, downs, dentures, Invisalign, veneers, night guards, athletic guards, whitening and more.Teapioca Lounge

Owned by Eric and Tonya Thomas, the business will offer a variety of boba teas, coffee and lemonades. The franchise also sells smoothies, slushies and other frozen treats.Bumble Bee Pediatric Dentistry

The dentist office, which originally expected to open by the end of 2023, now has its books open to start receiving patients in mid-February. Led by Dr. Amy Albright, the business will provide a variety of services catered to children, including regular cleanings and checkups, fillings, crowns, extractions and other dentistry procedures.In the news


The automotive and clean-energy company Tesla has taken up a space in an existing industrial building on CR 1999 in Hutto, city officials confirmed with Community Impact on Jan. 3. While it remains unclear what the company plans to use the facility for, it submitted permit applications to make roughly $1.5 million in improvements to the 35,000-square-foot building.Hippo Cafe

The breakfast and brunch cafe, owned by Scott and Stacie Feller, reached its five-year anniversary in February. The menu includes a variety of breakfast options, such as omelets, French toast, chicken-fried steak and pancakes. For lunch, customers can order burgers, sandwiches, salads and more.