Happy Panini opens in Hutto and 2 other business updates to know

Happy Panini is now serving grilled and pressed sandwiches at 207 Farley St., Hutto. (Courtesy Happy Panini)
Happy Panini is now serving grilled and pressed sandwiches at 207 Farley St., Hutto. (Courtesy Happy Panini)

Happy Panini is now serving grilled and pressed sandwiches at 207 Farley St., Hutto. (Courtesy Happy Panini)

Following a soft opening Oct. 11, Happy Panini is now serving hot pressed sandwiches in Hutto. Here is the latest roundup of business news in Pflugerville and Hutto.

NOW OPEN | Happy Panini

Happy Panini opened Oct. 11 at 207 Farley St., Hutto. The food truck sells grilled and pressed sandwiches, including the Mr. Big with roast beef, ham, salami, smoked turkey and pepperoni; and the Caprese Fresca with mozzarella cheese, sliced tomato, basil and balsamic glaze. 512-897-7264. www.happypanini.com

COMING SOON | Primavera Dental

Primavera Dental is expected to open in November at 701 FM 685, Stes. 150-155, Pflugerville. The office will provide routine cleanings and other dental services. www.primaveradentalgroup.com

ANNIVERSARY | Central Texas Animal Hospital



Central Texas Animal Hospital is celebrating its 40-year anniversary in October. Located at 1200 W. Pecan St., Pflugerville, the animal hospital treats pets experiencing medical emergencies as well as those in need of routine medical, surgical and dental care.



A come-and-go anniversary party will take place Oct. 23 between 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Complimentary birthday cake will be served, and guests can pre-purchase plates of PoK-e-Joe's barbecue. 512-251-2275. www.centraltexasanimalhospital.com


By Taylor Jackson Buchanan
Taylor Buchanan joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2018 after completing a master of journalism degree from the University of Texas. She worked as the senior reporter for Community Impact's Southwest Austin edition and is now the editor for the company's flagship Round Rock/Pflugerville/Hutto edition.


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