Here is the latest on these five East Austin-area businesses and restaurants.

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Brooklyn Dumpling Shop

The restaurant offers specialty and traditional dumplings, in addition to build-you-own bowls. Owner Alex Liebert said some of the best-selling specialty dumplings include the macaroni and cheese, and the Korean barbecue beef. Traditional dumplings include pork and cabbage; chicken teriyaki; and kale and vegetables. Available sides include rice, edamame, fries, sweet sesame salad, lo mein noodles or crispy protein bites.Other Racquet Social Club

The private membership club in East Austin combines a country club experience with pickleball, allowing members to play the sport on tournament-regulation-sized pickleball courts with social club amenities available, including full-service cabanas, clubhouse facilities, member lounge with an honor bar and a private members’ dining room for special events.In the news

V/O Med Spa

The medical spa celebrates its one-year anniversary Nov. 3. V/O Med Spa offers aesthetic and wellness services for both men and women, including skin rejuvenation treatments such as HydraFacial, peels and RF Microneedling; wellness treatments; cosmetic injectables; dermal fillers; and body contouring treatments such as CoolScuplting and EmSculpt NEO.Closings

Thunderbird Coffee

After 17 years in business as a neighborhood coffee shop, owner Ryan McElroy announced on social media in October he would soon close Thunderbird Coffee; however, he hopes to stay open until December to allow his team to find new jobs and not feel rushed into deciding on where their next journeys will begin. McElroy said Thunderbird Coffee has struggled to bounce back after the pandemic, and it is no longer feasible to stay open.Cycleast

The bike shop, which specializes in repairs, restorations and custom creations, will stop taking walk-in repairs Nov. 30 and close its doors in December. Owner and founder Russell Pickavance made the announcement on social media in mid-September.