Drive-thru coffee shop Dutch Bros Coffee coming to Hutto and 3 other business updates

The drive-thru coffee shop's menu offers cold brews, Americanos, specialty espresso drinks, teas, smoothies and pastries, among others. (Courtesy Dutch Bros Coffee)
The drive-thru coffee shop's menu offers cold brews, Americanos, specialty espresso drinks, teas, smoothies and pastries, among others. (Courtesy Dutch Bros Coffee)

The drive-thru coffee shop's menu offers cold brews, Americanos, specialty espresso drinks, teas, smoothies and pastries, among others. (Courtesy Dutch Bros Coffee)

Wake up and smell the coffee when Dutch Bros Coffee launches a drive-thru coffee and espresso shop in Hutto. Read on to learn more about Dutch Bros' menu offerings along with three other area business updates.

COMING SOON | Dutch Bros Coffee

Dutch Bros Coffee has leased a space at Carmel Creek near Hwy. 79 and Chris Kelley Boulevard in Hutto, according to an October Resolute RE real estate leasing announcement. The business was founded in Grants Pass, Oregon, and has more than 400 locations across nine states, company representative Rilynn Davis said in a Nov. 13 email.

The drive-thru coffee shop’s menu offers cold brews, Americanos, specialty espresso drinks, teas, smoothies and pastries, among others. An anticipated opening date has not yet been announced, Davis said. www.dutchbros.com

COMING SOON | Primavera Dental Group


Primavera Dental Group anticipates opening Nov. 16 at 701 FM 685, Stes. 150-155, Pflugerville, staff said in an email. Primavera Dental Group specializes in full mouth rehabilitation, dental implant treatment, surgical and restorative work as well as cosmetic work. 512-640-8175. www.primaveradentalgroup.com

NOW OPEN | Tractor Supply Co.

Tractor Supply Co. opened a location at 5880 Chandler Road, Hutto, in early September. The company offers farm and ranch supplies, livestock feed, pet supplies, tools and hardware, among other products. 737-244-0031. www.tractorsupply.com

RELOCATION | FlowBelow

FlowBelow announced in a Nov. 2 news release it will relocate its headquarters and manufacturing operations from Austin to Round Rock after outgrowing its current facility. The company, started in 2009, will begin operations at 106 E. Old Settlers Blvd., Round Rock, on Dec. 1.

The Texas-based aerodynamics company product development processes include “advanced computational fluid dynamics modeling and extensive interaction with fleet mechanics, Truck OEM’s, and drivers to ensure the products provide utility, efficiency, and profitability for fleets,” per the release. The Round Rock site will host FlowBelow’s engineering team for its research and development initiatives, along with housing its raw materials and production efforts. www.flowbelow.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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