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Glossy by Kind Clinic

A sister program of the LGBTQ-centered sexual health and wellness clinic will provide nonsurgical treatments focused on helping people meet their image goals. Services will include injectables, hair removal, skincare and more. Sí Baby-Q

The food truck serves smoked meats with distinct Asian flavor profiles. The menu’s star items include mala-spiced pulled lamb and smoked chicken with butterworth curry and smoked napa cabbage kimchi. The food truck will also serve beer, wine and cocktails. Coming soon

TSO Chinese

Cofounders Min Choe, Angell Tsang and Jenna Choe, will open a new location of their Chinese delivery and takeout eatery at the corner of Slaughter Lane and Manchaca Road later this year. Austin-based TSO Chinese boasts of offering modern takes on classic Chinese takeout options like General Tso and Orange Chicken, with free delivery and a no-tipping policy. San Ginés

The Spanish chocolatier is bringing a cafe, bar and “dessert destination” to South Austin this year. The new space will offer specialty cocktails, a full coffee menu and its signature churros and chocolate that originated in Madrid. San Ginés Austin will feature both indoor and outdoor dining areas. In The News

Paggi House by The Loren at Lady Bird Lake

Originally built in the 1880s, the historic Michael Paggi House has been restored by the hotel as an art gallery and philanthropic event venue. Renovations included new walkways for improved accessibility, the enclosure of the courtyard to create an event space, and more. Paggi House served as the Paggi House Restaurant from the 1970s through 2004, when it closed due to an incoming condo development. Closings

Good Company

The women's clothing boutique is owned by Mallory Carroll and will be closing its South Congress Avenue location. The original location on 12th Street in downtown Austin will remain open.Trudy’s Tex-Mex

Local restaurant chain Trudy’s Tex-Mex announced the closure of the South Austin location through a social media post but did not give a reason for the closure. Officials did not immediately respond to comment. The restaurant, which opened in 1977, filed for bankruptcy in 2020 and was purchased by a private equity firm that same year. Trudy's North Star in North Austin will remain open.