Several new businesses for health, entertainment, work and convenience have come to the Pflugerville area or will open soon.

Now open

Prost Alehouse

Prost Alehouse, the newest tap and brewhouse in Pflugerville, held a ribbon-cutting March 15. The converted historic space at 115 E. Main St. serves many house-crafted beers.

The Prost menu boasts a range of beverage options from light to dark and sweet to hoppy. The company has also partnered with a local food truck, Van’s Damn Tasty Tacos and Ronburguesas. Patrons may order food from the patio.The Branch Workspace at JLA

As the professional work environment has changed in recent years, The Branch Workspace at JLA now provides downtown Pflugerville a new workspace with private and shared rooms.

“After COVID[-19], we recognized the need for temporary professional workspace—a space where a professional can meet uninterrupted with clients or hold a staff meeting for a large or small group of remote employees, a space where a remote employee can have privacy and dependable internet for video or even telephone conferences,” spokesperson Jerica Lawyer said.

The 5,000-square-foot facility includes two conference rooms, four large corner offices, nine smaller private offices, public workstations, restrooms and a kitchen.Hobby Lobby

In its new 55,000-square-foot location, the artisanal craft company boasts an inventory of over 70,000 products, including holiday crafts, art supplies, custom framing options, scrapbooking materials, fabric and sewing accessories.

The Pflugerville store marks the 115th location for the company in Texas, according to a news release.Coming soon


Dirt is turning on the construction of a new Valero gas station and small retail center off Oxford Drive in Pflugerville, adjacent to the Cambridge Villas apartment complex.

Permits dating back to 2022 cite plans for a gas station and convenience store, as well as 12,000 square feet of space for commercial businesses.Austin’s

Austin’s on I-35 will open a new Las Vegas-themed indoor mini-golf course, adding to its long list of attractions at the roughly 85,000-square-foot entertainment destination.

The new 3,000-square-foot indoor course will include 12 holes and feature a tour of Las Vegas, including the city’s top attractions and landmarks.Crux Climbing Center

After experiencing delays since 2021 for an initially planned Round Rock location, Crux Climbing Center now shows substantial signs of progress toward opening on property in Pflugerville, at the corner of Heatherwilde Boulevard and Kingston Lacy Boulevard.

Local climbers can expect a roughly 30,000-square-foot facility with 55-foot rope-climbing walls, a bouldering area and a yoga studio by this summer.

The addition of this new location will mark the company's third branch, giving rock-climbing enthusiasts a north option alongside its existing locations in South and Central Austin.