Check out the latest business openings and those coming soon in East Austin.

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Assembly Hall

A new East Austin venue is now booking public and private events in the former Don Limon Mexican Restaurant and Bakery location. Prior to opening, the facility underwent renovations with a $1.52 million loan from Frontier Bank, facilitated by the Austin Economic Development Department.Cabana Club

Enjoy a warm cup of coffee or cool off with a dip in the pool at Cabana Club, a new leisure and bar concept in East Austin. Open daily at 7 a.m., the space is remote-work friendly and offers an elevated coffee menu courtesy of Progress Coffee, the company wrote on social media. The club also features a variety of cocktails.Casa de Luz East

The long-running local vegan kitchen opened a new location in collaboration with Casa Este. The new east side space is intended to build on its established atmosphere and central daily offerings of one meal for a flat price. Casa de Luz East has volunteer opportunities in its kitchen, and the business is open to partnering with local urban farms and nutritional programs.Chalmers

The team behind Armadillo Den and Dainty Dillo—Cade Archer, Brett Berry, Josh Hazzard and Skylar Reeves—has partnered with fellow restaurateur Michael Covey to open this West Texas-inspired restaurant, bar and venue. Chalmers is located in an old, refurbished Shell gas station and offers country-fried steak tenders, cracked wings, a double quarter pounder burger and more. The drink menu features classics from Armadillo Den and Dainty Dillo.Coming soon

Bad Larry’s Burger Club

The popular pop-up, founded by Matthew Bolick, is slated to open in its first brick-and-mortar location next year. Bad Larry’s Burger Club specializes in flattened smashburgers and will debut in the former Quickie Pickie space. The restaurant will feature the classic burgers as well as other specialties, such as breakfast sandwiches.Fuse Workspace

A new office, event and coworking facility from Fuse Workspace will open on Austin's east side later this summer. Fuse's new 33,000-square-foot location features more than 120 private offices, four meeting rooms and three team suites, and will be staffed full-time. Amenities include on-site parking and bike lockers, a gym, multiple patios, fiber internet service, and drink and snack offerings. Reservations for tours of the new building, and for dedicated office or desk space, are now available online or by calling 737-300-6205.Micklethwait Craft Meats BBQ & Catering

The longtime food truck is set to become an indoor, sit-down restaurant and will relocate to the business’ catering headquarters. Austin native Tom Micklethwait is the owner and pitmaster of the business, which has served the city since December 2012. The business is known for its oak-smoked meats, including brisket, beef ribs, turkey and more.