Typhoon Texas opens The Patio entertainment venue and 3 other Round Rock-Pflugerville-Hutto business updates

Typhoon Texas has opened The Patio, a seasonal "eater-tainment" space in Pflugerville. (Courtesy The Patio)
Typhoon Texas has opened The Patio, a seasonal "eater-tainment" space in Pflugerville. (Courtesy The Patio)

Typhoon Texas has opened The Patio, a seasonal "eater-tainment" space in Pflugerville. (Courtesy The Patio)

Now open: The Patio

Summer may be coming to a close, but Typhoon Texas is still hosting food and entertainment options in Pflugerville. The water park announced Sept. 16 it has opened The Patio, a seasonal "eater-tainment" space. The Patio has opened as a seasonal indoor-outdoor dining and entertainment venue at Typhoon Texas in Pflugerville, according to a Sept. 16 company news release. Located at 18500 SH 130, Pflugerville, The Patio event features include live music, outdoor games and children's activities. 512-782-2592. www.thepatioatx.com

Coming soon: Tony C's Pizza and Beer Garden

Tony C's Pizza and Beer Garden is expected to open its upcoming Round Rock location Sept. 24, according to a company news release. Located at 3800 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock, the beer garden is a new concept from the coal-fired pizzeria and Italian restaurant. www.tonycs.com

Coming soon: Ceramics N More


Ceramics N More is anticipated to open Sept. 26 at 101 W. Pecan St., Ste. B, Pflugerville. Ceramics N More is a paint-your-own pottery studio that will offer ceramics, clay, fused glass and wheel projects, owner Willie Jackson said in an email. The studio will also provide workshops, classes and camps, as well as on- and off-site services for day cares and senior centers.

Due to the coronavirus, the studio will operate at 25% capacity, and masks will be required for customers when not seated. 512-633-8644. www.cnmpottery.com

Now open: SammySocks Etc.

SammySocks Etc. opened in September as an online-only store that sells socks for men, women and children, co-owner Mark Lyons, a Hutto resident, confirmed in an email. The store was created to provide employment for adults with differing abilities, per the company’s website. 512-846-4200. www.sammysocksetc.com

By Kelsey Thompson
Kelsey Thompson is the reporter for Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto, where her work focuses on education, city government and community development. Originally from Upstate New York, Kelsey relocated to Austin after graduating from Syracuse University in May 2019.


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