Here are 8 businesses making an impact on Dripping Springs this spring.

Coming soon

Firehouse Subs

A Firehouse Subs will open in the new Ledgestone Development. The fast casual restaurant offers customizable sandwiches.Monkee’s of Dripping Springs

Women’s boutique Monkee’s of Dripping Springs will offer clothing, accessories, shoes and gifts in the Windmill Center.Now open

Sluggo's Cigar Lounge

Husband and wife Andrea and Dan Justus opened a cigar lounge outside of One Shot Distillery and Brewery. The lounge is located in a renovated airstream from 1976 and offers a variety of cigars.AT&T

Retailer AT&T opened in the Ledgestone development near Chipotle. The store offers wireless plans, phones and other devices.
  • Opened March 2024
  • 12400 W. Hwy. 290, Ste. 210, Dripping Springs

Stoic Jiu Jitsu

The martial arts school owned by locals Marcus and Laci Douthitt, relocated to Sportsplex Drive in March from 4955 Bell Springs Road, Dripping Springs.The new location is a larger space, offering jiu jitsu, a sauna and ice bath.In the news

Shipley Do-Nuts

A new Shipley Do-Nuts is slated to open in Dripping Springs, but a spokesperson for the company was unable to confirm with Community Impact when the shop would open. A permit filed with the Texas Department of Licensing and Registration shows work on the store may be completed in August, as part of a retail spot called Sawyer Ranch. Shipley Do-Nuts offers donuts, kolaches, smoothies and coffee.Chicken Express

Chicken Express celebrated new ownership with a ribbon cutting in April. Local Eric Hamilton took over ownership in December, made changes to the restaurant's decor and is working to hire and retain more staff. Chicken Express is a fast-food restaurant founded in Texas, offering fried chicken and fish.Crêpe Crazy

Crêpe Crazy celebrated 10 years in Dripping Springs this spring. The business offers savory and sweet crepes, sandwiches, salads and more. Couple Inna and Vladimir Giterman opened the cafe’s first location in Dripping Springs.