Tumble 22 now serving Nashville-style hot chicken in Round Rock, plus five more recent business updates

Menu items include chicken bites and tenders, chicken sandwiches, bone-in chicken, family packs and sides, such as potato salad, collard greens, and mac and cheese. (Courtesy Tumble 22)
Menu items include chicken bites and tenders, chicken sandwiches, bone-in chicken, family packs and sides, such as potato salad, collard greens, and mac and cheese. (Courtesy Tumble 22)

Menu items include chicken bites and tenders, chicken sandwiches, bone-in chicken, family packs and sides, such as potato salad, collard greens, and mac and cheese. (Courtesy Tumble 22)

Some like it hot: Tumble 22 celebrated the opening of its Round Rock location March 1. Read on to learn more about Tumble 22—including a preview of the Nashville-style hot chicken-inspired menu—and five more business updates in Round Rock.

Now open: Tumble 22

Tumble 22 opened March 1 at 2111 N. I-35, Round Rock. Menu items include chicken bites and tenders, chicken sandwiches, bone-in chicken, family packs and sides, such as potato salad, collard greens, and mac and cheese. 512-201-4333. http://tumble22.com

Now open: Nequiz Salon

Nequiz Salon opened at 51 Limmer Loop, Round Rock, in February. The salon offers haircuts, nails, beard trims, waxing, facials, and hair coloring services for men and women. 512-300-0502. https://nequizsalon.com


Now open: Reptiroom LLC

Reptiroom LLC opened Feb. 27 at 2111 Sam Bass Road, Ste. B1900, Round Rock. The shop offers reptile exhibits and specializes in the sale of reptiles, feeders and habitats. 708-336-9810. www.facebook.com/reptiroom-llc-the-reptile-gallery-107923924683777

Now open: Strive Athletics ATX

Strive Athletics ATX opened Jan. 11 at 15501 N. FM 620, Ste. 300, Round Rock. Programs include CrossFit and high-intensity interval training workouts. Coaches work with clients for individualized scheduling and health goals. 512-436-8444. www.striveathleticsatx.com

Coming soon: Aspire Vision Care

Aspire Vision Care is under construction at 17261 Smyers Lane, Round Rock, according to city development documents and site signage. The business offers comprehensive eye exams, vision therapy and eye care services. The new location will open in July or August. www.aspirevisioncare.com

Coming soon: Gerber Collision & Glass

A Gerber Collision & Glass location is under construction at 1401 N. I-35, Round Rock. Gerber Collision specializes in auto and collision repairs, dents and scratches in addition to bumper and fender repairs. An opening date has not yet been announced. www.gerbercollision.com



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