Black Rock Coffee Bar announces Round Rock opening date, 3 other business updates

The menu features Americanos, drip coffees, cold brews, specialty lattes, teas and smoothies. (Courtesy Black Rock Coffee Bar)
The menu features Americanos, drip coffees, cold brews, specialty lattes, teas and smoothies. (Courtesy Black Rock Coffee Bar)

The menu features Americanos, drip coffees, cold brews, specialty lattes, teas and smoothies. (Courtesy Black Rock Coffee Bar)

Wake up and smell the coffee this week: Black Rock Coffee Bar has announced its Round Rock location will open Jan. 8. Read on to learn more about menu offerings as well as three other business updates.

Coming soon: Black Rock Coffee Bar

Black Rock Coffee Bar will celebrate its grand opening in Round Rock on Jan. 8, the company announced Dec. 30. Located at 17220 N. RM 620, Ste. 100, Round Rock, the coffee chain’s menu features Americanos, drip coffees, cold brews, specialty lattes, teas and smoothies, among others. https://br.coffee

Coming soon: Regymen Fitness Round Rock

Regymen Fitness will open a location at 3021 S. I-35, Ste. 150, Round Rock, Regymen Fitness Regional Director Nicole Angelica confirmed in an email. The high-intensity interval training group fitness program offers classes with a variety of equipment usages, training styles and focuses. The Round Rock location is anticipated to open in the spring, Angelica said. 512-234-1941. www.regymenfitness.com/round-rock


Coming soon: Tiff’s Treats

Tiff's Treats announced Dec. 30 an upcoming storefront at the Hanson's Corner shopping plaza in Hutto. The Hutto location is anticipated to open in summer 2021, according to the announcement. Tiff's Treats specializes in cookies with flavors including chocolate chip, snickerdoodle, M&M and oatmeal raisin, among others. Additional menu offerings include brownies, ice cream, cookie ice cream sandwiches, drinks and catering platters. www.cookiedelivery.com

Coming soon: Amazing Explorers Academy Hutto

Amazing Explorers Academy Hutto is under construction at 449 Ed Schmidt Blvd., Hutto, according to city of Hutto commercial development documents and the business’s website. Amazing Explorers Academy offers day care, pre-K, private schooling and summer camps for children between the ages of 6 weeks and 12 years old, per the company's website. www.aexplorers.com/hutto

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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