5 businesses now open in San Marcos

WEH? and four other businesses are now open in San Marcos. (Courtesy WEH?)
WEH? and four other businesses are now open in San Marcos. (Courtesy WEH?)

WEH? and four other businesses are now open in San Marcos. (Courtesy WEH?)






Greater Texas Federal Credit Union held a grand opening Oct. 8 for the new branch located at 242 N. Guadalupe St., San Marcos. GTFCU has been in business for almost 70 years, established in 1952. In addition to the ribbon-cutting ceremony, GTFCU President and CEO Howard Baker presented an endowed scholarship of $50,000 to the McCoy College of Business Foundation at Texas State University in honor of previous President and CEO Thomas Dee Seargeant. The credit union offers auto and home equity loans, mortgage rates and more. 800-749-9732. www.gtfcu.org

Our Lady Tattoo Parlor opened in late August at 121 W. San Antonio St., San Marcos. The shop is co-owned by tattoo artist Justin Taylor and Hannah Jones. The shop has two tattoo artists with occasional guest spots. 512-210-8090. Find them on Instagram @ourladytattoo.

Simply Mac, a partner and official retailer of Apple, opened a new location at 200 Springtown Way, Ste. 122, San Marcos, on Sept. 25. Technicians are trained to work with and repair Apple products from MacBooks to batteries and will accept trade-ins. Simply Mac also offers data recovery, battery replacement, maintenance packages and pricing for education accounts. Appointments can be made over the phone or on its website. 737-266-2051. www.store.simplymac.com

WEH?, a new Asian fusion food truck, opened Sept. 16 in the Red Bus Food Park located at 801 Chestnut St., San Marcos. The food truck specializes in breakfast and lunch dishes with an Asian twist and heavy Filipino and Korean influences. Dishes on the menu include Korean chicken with sweet and spicy sauce on an ube waffle, fried tofu tacos and more. 304-278-4114. https://weh-asianfusiontx.square.site


ZWilling J.A. Henckels opened its first Texas location at the San Marcos Premium Outlets 3939 I-35, San Marcos, in between the Oakley and Brahmin stores on Oct. 25. The company was founded almost 300 years ago in 1731 and specializes in upscale cutlery, cookware and other kitchen appliances. www.zwilling.com
By Zara Flores
Zara joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in August 2021. Prior to CI, she interned at Picket Fence Media in Southern California and graduated from Cal State Fullerton where she was assistant news editor for the Daily Titan and copy editor for Tusk Magazine. Zara covers education, business, government and more for Buda, Kyle and San Marcos.


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