Nashville-style hot chicken restaurant coming to Round Rock and more Central Texas news

The Austin-based eatery's menu is inspired by Nashville hot chicken; offerings include chicken bites, jumbo tenders, chicken sandwiches, macaroni and cheese, collard greens and homemade pies. (Courtesy Tumble 22)
The Austin-based eatery's menu is inspired by Nashville hot chicken; offerings include chicken bites, jumbo tenders, chicken sandwiches, macaroni and cheese, collard greens and homemade pies. (Courtesy Tumble 22)

The Austin-based eatery's menu is inspired by Nashville hot chicken; offerings include chicken bites, jumbo tenders, chicken sandwiches, macaroni and cheese, collard greens and homemade pies. (Courtesy Tumble 22)

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Round Rock

Tumble 22 to serve up Nashville-style hot chicken in Round Rock


Tumble 22 is set to open a restaurant at 2111 N. I-35, Round Rock, according to the restaurant's website.

Leander-Cedar Park



Second Raising Cane's location planned in Cedar Park


A second Cedar Park location of Raising Cane's is planned, according to state records and the company's career page. The chicken restaurant, located at 2920 S. Lakeline Blvd., Cedar Park, will replace the PDQ restaurant that closed in 2019.

Southwest Austin

From pastries to pizza, Abby Jane Bakeshop bringing treats to Dripping Springs

Abby Jane Love, a pastry chef with 13 years of experience—including time in Boston, Virginia and at East Austin restaurant Dai Due—is bringing her passion for baking to Dripping Springs.

Northwest Austin

Pressed Juicery now open in North Austin and 7 other new businesses in The Domain and Domain Northside

Pressed Juicery in November opened at The Domain at 11401 Century Oaks Terrace, Ste. 103, Austin. The cafe serves freshly squeezed juice alongside other health-conscious drinks and snacks, including plant-based milks and nutritional shots.

Georgetown

The Exchange of Georgetown relocates on the Georgetown Square

The Exchange of Georgetown relocated in early January but remains in downtown Georgetown.

Kelsey Thompson, Nicholas Cicale, Iain Oldman, Ali Linan and Taylor Girtman contributed to this report.