Here are 10 businesses that closed in the Southwest Austin and Dripping Springs area in 2023, including those that can still be found at other locations. This list is not comprehensive.

Bed Bath & Beyond

Bed, Bath & Beyond closed all locations this past spring following an April 23 announcement that the company had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The retailer was known for its selection of kitchen appliances, bathroom accessories and college dorm furnishings.Buybuy Baby

Owned by the same company as Bed, Bath & Beyond, Buybuy Baby in Sunset Valley wound down operations in the spring. The stores sold items such as clothing and strollers for young children.Jenny Craig

Weight loss chain Jenny Craig announced May 2 that it would be shutting down all business for good, including its nearly 500 locations.
  • Closed May 2
  • 5601 Brodie Lane, Austin
Red Robin

Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews closed in Sunset Valley this past summer. The chain was known for burgers, fries and milkshakes.Thirsty Planet Brewing Co.

Thirsty Planet Brewing Co. opened its taproom March 24, but later closed its doors and suspended operations Aug. 14. The brewing company is known for its Thirsty Goat Amber, Buckethead IPA, Spot On Pils and Fat Bat Hazy IPA.Mr. Natural

Vegan restaurant Mr. Natural closed its South Austin location after two decades. The restaurant's east location, at 1901 E. Cesar Chavez St., Austin, remains open.Radix House Southside Cafe & Pizza

Radix House closed its first brick-and-mortar location less than two months after opening this past summer. Owner Roger Pilney said he made the decision due to financial constraints. Radix can be found at two food trailer locations: 2701 W. William Cannon Drive, Austin, and 3008 W. Slaughter Lane, Austin.Teal House Coffee & Bakery

Austin-based Teal House Coffee & Bakery closed in Dripping Springs this past summer. Owner Lance Phillips said he closed the trailer location because of high temperatures. Teal House Coffee & Bakery sold an assortment of cold and hot coffee beverages.Le Vacher

Le Vacher was open for two years and served French-inspired cuisine by owner Jacob Eulene and Executive Chef Taylor Burlingame. The location is being replaced with Austin-based seafood restaurant Garbo’s Lobster in 2024.
  • Closed Jan. 19
  • 136 Drifting Wind Run, Ste. 101, Dripping Springs

Health and wellness retailer GNC closed its Belterra Village location this past summer. GNC sold vitamins, supplements, herbs, drinks and snacks related to health and fitness. Owner Scott Bannecker said that he decided to not renew his lease in Belterra due to increased costs. The space was replaced by math tutoring service Mathnasium, which opened Oct. 1.
  • Closed July 31
  • 165 Hargraves Drive, P400, Austin