From baked goods to new restaurants, Round Rock residents will soon have multiple new options to choose from.


Unicorniverse European Bakery & Cafe, owned by Eve and Hunter Sexton, will open a Round Rock storefront in July at 2400 S. I-35, Ste. 130, although a firm opening date has not yet been set. The plant-based bakery specializes in French macarons, pastries and gourmet cakes. 512-585-2070. Facebook: Unicorniverse Bakery

Two Hands

A Round Rock location of Two Hands Corndogs is coming to the University Oaks retail center at 201 University Blvd., Ste. 540, targeting a July opening, according to a company representative. Two Hands Corndogs offers a variety of specialty corn dogs, ranging from traditional options to corn dogs coated in crispy rice puffs, potato cubes and spicy ingredients.

Blue Corn Harvest

Blue Corn Harvest Bar & Grill, a casual-style restaurant known for serving a variety of authentic Southwestern cuisine, will expand to the Round Rock market this November with a location anchoring the first phase of the Diamond 79 commercial development, according to listing agent Frances Crossley. Founded in Cedar Park in 2012 by co-owners Carlos Manzano and Santos Garcia, the restaurant has since expanded with two additional locations in Leander and Georgetown.

The restaurant and bar will anchor the shopping center, Crossley said, and occupy a 5,463-square-foot space in the development located at 2980 Joe DiMaggio Blvd., Round Rock, with an additional 850 square feet of patio dining. The lease for the space was executed Jan. 25. 512-528-0889.