From new dining options, to anniversary celebrations and closures, check out these 10 North Austin business updates.

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Lone Star Circle of Care Adult Medicine

The nonprofit health center at Integral Care-St. Johns Clinic provides physical and mental primary care services for people ages 18 and older. Officials said there are plans to expand its services to include pediatric care.Arriba Abajo Rooftop Cantina

Arriba Abajo Rooftop Cantina recently replaced the shuttered Wax Myrtle’s at the Thompson Austin, offering food, drinks and events in an indoor dining room and on the rooftop pool deck. Menu options include wagyu barbacoa taquitos, lobster quesadilla pizza and salmon al pastor.Coming soon

P Thai’s Khao Man Gai

Fewer than three months after closing the Research Boulevard location, P Thai’s Khao Man Gai will reopen at its new spot on Airport Boulevard in April. Serving Thai-Chinese fusion dishes, owner Thai Changthong specializes in khao man gai, or Thai-style Hainanese chicken and rice. Changthong is also the co-owner of Thai Kun at Domain Northside.Solaris House

Brandywine Realty Trust and ZRS Management will open a multifamily residential space at Uptown ATX—a 66-acre mixed-used, multilevel community. Solaris House will be a 23,000-square-foot, 341-unit project with indoor and outdoor amenities, including a park and pool.Eggs Up Grill

Breakfast, brunch and lunch restaurant Eggs Up Grill will expand its Texas presence with eight new locations planned for the Austin metro area. Four locations will be opened in the North Austin area by Michael and Rana Bosleah, who also own Hurricane Grill & Wings in Round Rock and Levant Café & Grill in Cedar Park. An initial North Austin-area location of the restaurant franchise, which first opened in South Carolina, is expected to open later this year.In the news


The nonprofit organization is celebrating its 25th anniversary by opening an online retail store to help fund its mission to provide low-cost, accessible veterinary care for Texas residents in Austin, Houston and Killeen. The online shop offers T-shirts, mugs, totes and more.Freytag’s Florist

At 18, Ken Freytag opened Freytag’s Florist in Northwest Austin in 1974. The family-owned flower shop celebrated its 50th anniversary in February and has expanded over the years to include multiple locations, offering floral delivery services throughout the area.Assistance League of Austin

The nonprofit will celebrate its 50-year anniversary in April with a cocktail party for its members. The Assistance League of Austin provides help to children and adults through a variety of programs, which are primarily funded through its donation-driven thrift store run by volunteers.Closings

The Austin Antique Mall

Forty years after opening, the antique mall will shutter to make way for an expansion of Playland Skate Center. The Austin Antique Mall is home to nearly 100 vendors selling curios, such as furniture, jewelry, toys and more.DoubleTake ATX

The resale and gift shop closed its doors after 40 years. Funds from the store helped to provide education and awareness resources for Travis County victims of sexual and physical abuse through the Center for Child Protection.