Two new coffee spots come to South Austin and more local business news

Radix House Coffee Shop serves coffee drinks and tea as well as hemp-derived CBD products. (Courtesy Radix House Coffee Shop)
Radix House Coffee Shop serves coffee drinks and tea as well as hemp-derived CBD products. (Courtesy Radix House Coffee Shop)

Radix House Coffee Shop serves coffee drinks and tea as well as hemp-derived CBD products. (Courtesy Radix House Coffee Shop)

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Living In Stereo sells coffee, vintage stereos and records. (Courtesy Living In Stereo)
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Radix House Coffee Shop is located in the Westgate Lanes bowling alley parking lot. (Courtesy Radix House Coffee Shop)
Check out the latest South Austin business news, including two new local coffee shops.

1. Living In Stereo, a coffee shop that also sells vintage stereos and records, opened at 4361 S. Congress Ave., Unit 107, Austin, in October. Co-owner Robert Johnson said the shop also has collectible art and mid-century furniture for sale. 512-220-2020. https://livinginstereoatx.com


2. Radix House Coffee Shop, a food truck located in the Westgate Lanes bowling alley parking lot at 2701 W. William Cannon Drive, Austin, opened Oct. 31. The business touts itself as Texas’ first mobile coffee shop and dispensary, serving coffee drinks and tea as well as hemp-derived CBD products. Radix House’s mission is to serve and support people impacted by post-traumatic stress disorder and to educate people about resources, according to founder Roger Pilney. www.radixhouse.com

3. Nonprofit Texas Health Action opened a new Kind Clinic at 2800 S. I-35, Ste. 103, Austin, and held a ribbon-cutting Oct. 22. According to a news release, the sexual wellness clinic is now accepting patients and plans to open an on-site pharmacy next year. Kind Clinic also offers specialized care for the LGBTQIA+ community, according to the release. 833-937-5463. www.kindclinic.org

4. Gambuzza’s Barber Shop opened in the Arbor Trails shopping center at 4301 W. William Cannon Blvd., Ste. 160, Austin, on Sept. 8. The Central Texas barbershop chain offers classic men’s haircuts as well as beard grooming and shaving services. Gambuzza’s also sells its own line of hair products. 512-271-4046. www.gambuzzas.com/arbor-trails
By Nicholas Cicale
Nick has been with Community Impact Newspaper since 2016, working with the Lake Travis-Westlake and Southwest Austin-Dripping Springs editions. He previously worked as a reporter in Minnesota and earned a degree from Florida State University.


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