Here are six businesses to know impacting Dripping Springs this spring.

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The Austin-based restaurant has opened, bringing New England-inspired cuisine to Dripping Springs, including oysters, lobster rolls and cocktails. A Connor's Creamery is located inside the restaurant, offering soft-serve ice cream. Garbo's began as a food truck in 2013, helmed by Heidi Garbo and her sisters Hannah and Samantha.HC Elite Cheer

Local residents Katie and Stephen Dotson have debuted a Division 1 competitive cheer and tumbling gym that aims to offer a place for training and building a community that fosters growth and resilience, Katie Dotson said. Participants can join the competitive team or attend an array of tumbling, strength and agility classes.Saxon MD

The facial plastic surgery facility's flagship location has opened in the Austin area, with its only other facility located in Dallas. Founded by Dr. Sarah Saxton, Saxon MD offers a range of procedures from chemical peels and microneeding to facial feminization surgery, hair restoration and more. The team will celebrate the new facility opening with a ribbon cutting, hosted by the Dripping Springs Chamber of Commerce, at noon on April 19.Amy's Ice Creams

The newest location of the Austin-based ice cream chain opened next to Chipotle Mexican Grill off Hwy. 290, across from the Belterra Village Shopping Center, in Dripping Springs. Amy's Ice Creams has just over a dozen locations in Austin, one in San Antonio and two in Houston. The new store features ice cream flavors exclusive to this location.Coming soon

Gatsby Glass

A new location of Gatsby Glass, owned by Chad Shepler, is slated to open by the end of April. The glass and mirror company will offer customized work for residential and commercial spaces throughout Austin, the Hill Country, Hays County and more.Rumble Boxing

The gym, owned by local James Montgomery, will open in Belterra. Rumble offers boxing-inspired fitness training.