New businesses are continuing to open in Round Rock, including new restaurants, salons and health care clinics. The following list details of smattering of businesses now open or coming soon to the area.


Action Behavior Centers opened a new location at 1493 E. Old Settlers Blvd., Round Rock, Aug. 31. The new 6,100-square-foot facility offers assessment and therapy options, including Applied Behavior Therapy, for children on the Autism spectrum. It is the fourth Action Behavior Centers location to open in Round Rock. 512-399-5990.

A locally-owned Locker Room Haircuts franchise opened Sept. 17 at 635 University Blvd., Ste. 120, Round Rock. The hair salon offers men's cuts in a sports-themed atmosphere and complimentary cold drinks including beer. It is the first Locker Room location in Round Rock. 512-401-3349.

Manpasand Supermarket opened Sept. 6 in the La Frontera area at 130 Sundance Parkway, Ste. 100, Round Rock. The supermarket offers halal meats, organic fruits and vegetables, as well as a grocery delivery service. It is the Austin-area grocery chain’s fifth location. 915-505-3366.

Veteran-owned Roof Monkey set up shop at 1000 Heritage Center Circle, Round Rock, on Sept. 13. Owned by 21-year Air Force veteran Edward Youmans, Rook Monkey offers free 16-point hail inspection and attic analysis to customers. 512-866-6231.


Alfred's Catering
opened its new Round Rock kitchen at 2100 Double Creek Dr., Ste. 100, Sept. 22. In addition to catering, the Austin-based company owned by Alfred Engstrand has served the area for over 30 years and offers event planning services. 512-785-8416.

The newest Black Swan Yoga Studio will open at 2800 S. I-35, Ste. 310, Round Rock, this fall. The studio is donation-based and offers in-person classes in various styles of yoga, as well as online yoga for at-home practice.

JuiceLand is coming to Round Rock at 2800 S. I-35, Ste. 301, in La Frontera Village in November. Matt Shook founded the Austin-based juice, smoothie and coffee chain in 2011, and he has since expanded to 33 locations in Dallas, Austin and Houston.

P. Terry's Burger Stand is coming to Round Rock at 2201 I-35 in early 2022. Founded in Austin in 2005, the restaurant chain offers burgers, fries, chicken sandwiches, milkshakes and dog treats to customers and their furry friends.

A Tesla Supercharger station bround broke in October in the Market at Round Rock shopping center at 110 N. I-35. The station will have 16 planned charging stalls and will be located near Freddie's Frozen Custard and Corner Bakery in the shopping center. The charging station is expected to be built out by the end of 2021.

Urban Betty will open its third salon location at 3001 Joe DiMaggio Blvd., Ste. 1350, Round Rock, in 2022. Chelle Neff opened the Austin-based salon in 2005. The hair salon offers complimentary beverages to its clients and is a Green Circle Salon, meaning the company recycles and repurposes up to 95% of materials previously considered waste, such as hair foils and aerosol cans. 512-371-7663.

A former Steak N' Shake location at 281 University Blvd. in Round Rock will re-emerge as a Whataburger in 2022. Renovation of the building will begin in November, through which a small portion of the building will be demolished and an addition will be constructed. Whataburger representatives have confirmed there is not yet a set opening date.