Santiago's Tex-Mex and Cantina opens 2nd Round Rock location and 3 other business updates

From breakfast tacos and migas to tamales and chimichangas, Santiago's Tex-Mex and Cantina has doubled its Mexican and Tex-Mex offerings with the opening of its second Round Rock location. (Kelsey Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)
From breakfast tacos and migas to tamales and chimichangas, Santiago's Tex-Mex and Cantina has doubled its Mexican and Tex-Mex offerings with the opening of its second Round Rock location. (Kelsey Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)

From breakfast tacos and migas to tamales and chimichangas, Santiago's Tex-Mex and Cantina has doubled its Mexican and Tex-Mex offerings with the opening of its second Round Rock location. (Kelsey Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)

From breakfast tacos and migas to tamales and chimichangas, Santiago's Tex-Mex and Cantina has doubled its Mexican and Tex-Mex offerings with the opening of its second Round Rock location. Read on to learn more about its menu offerings and three other business updates.

Now open: Santiago's Tex-Mex and Cantina

Santiago's Tex-Mex and Cantina celebrated the opening of its second Round Rock location at 4401 N. I-35, Ste. 2002, Round Rock, on Nov. 29, managing partner Vanessa Esparza-Lim confirmed in an email. The family-run restaurant's menu features daily specials along with dishes such as breakfast tacos, migas, tamales, chimichangas and enchiladas, among others. 512-382-0010. www.santiagostexmexandcantina.com

Relocation: Ajó Restaurant

Ajó Restaurant will be relocating from its current location at 121 E. Main St., Round Rock, the business announced Dec. 1. Details on its upcoming location will be posted in the coming days, per the announcement. Ajó Restaurant is a family-run restaurant specializing in farm-fresh dishes. 512-992-2335. http://ajorestaurant.com


Now open: Rosewood Lash & Skincare

Rosewood Lash & Skincare opened Oct. 1 at 1106 S. Mays St., Ste. 115, Round Rock. The business specializes in lash lifts and extensions, facials, chemical peels, and brow waxing and threading, among others. Rosewood Lash & Skincare services are offered by appointment only, with customers required to wear masks during their appointments. 512-516-4068. www.rosewoodbeautytx.com

Now open: Pipe World Inc.

Pipe World Inc. celebrated its opening Nov. 23 at 1100 McNeil Road, Round Rock, a business representative confirmed in a Nov. 23 email. The pipe and tobacco shop offers a selection of cigars as well as men’s gifts such as shaving items, cigar humidifiers, bench-made knives and lighters. Women’s gifts are also available for purchase. The business has served the Austin metro and Central Texas area for 38 years. 512-388-4300. http://pipeworld.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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