Nutty Brown Amphitheatre announces closure, final shows before move; Dog Haus Biergarten coming to Cedar Park and more top Central Texas news

In 2015, H-E-B purchased the 65-acre property that is currently home to the Nutty Brown Cafe & Amphitheatre. (Community Impact Newspaper file photo)
In 2015, H-E-B purchased the 65-acre property that is currently home to the Nutty Brown Cafe & Amphitheatre. (Community Impact Newspaper file photo)

In 2015, H-E-B purchased the 65-acre property that is currently home to the Nutty Brown Cafe & Amphitheatre. (Community Impact Newspaper file photo)

Read the top business and community news from the past week from the Central Texas area.

Southwest Austin

Nutty Brown Amphitheatre announces Nov. 28 closure, final shows before move to Round Rock

Nutty Brown Cafe & Amphitheatre, a longtime Southwest Austin music venue, announced it will close its current location Nov. 28 before opening a new venue in Round Rock next year.

Round Rock-Pflugerville-Hutto



6 local joints serving unique burgers in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto

Here is how to skip the fast-food line this week and find your new favorite burger locally. With unique flavor combinations and out-of-the-box bun substitutions, these spots will surprise your taste buds.

San Marcos-Buda-Kyle

New development will bring homes, shops and an elementary school to east Kyle

A new, 318-acre development for Bunton Lane was brought before the Kyle City Council on Sept. 21.

Leander-Cedar Park

Dog Haus Biergarten location coming to Cedar Park

Dog Haus Biergarten is bringing a location to Cedar Park. The location is expected to open in late 2022, according to the company.

Perfect Game to build new headquarters in Cedar Park, ending Hutto deal

Two years after announcing an $800 million development in Hutto, baseball scouting company Perfect Game announced it would build its new headquarters in Cedar Park instead.

Olivia Aldridge, Morgan O’Neal, Zara Flores, Taylor Girtman and Carson Ganong contributed to this report.



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