Turcotte Butchers & Delicatessen opening in Dripping Springs; furniture store reopens and more Southwest Austin business news

Four Hands opened its newly renovated and expanded flagship showroom this month. (Courtesy Merrick Ales)
Four Hands opened its newly renovated and expanded flagship showroom this month. (Courtesy Merrick Ales)

Four Hands opened its newly renovated and expanded flagship showroom this month. (Courtesy Merrick Ales)

Here is the latest business news from South Austin and Dripping Springs.

1. Turcotte Butchers & Delicatessen will hold a grand opening April 25 at 100 Commons Road, Dripping Springs. The new butcher shop will offer local cuts of meat including ribeyes, strip steaks, pork loin, ribs and ground beef as well as marinated meats and deli meats. The shop also has a menu of sandwiches, including cheesesteaks, burgers, roast beef, subs, wraps and specialty options. 512-829-4657. www.turcottebutchers.com

2. Home furnishing and design store Four Hands opened its newly renovated and expanded flagship showroom at 2090 Woodward St., Austin, in April. The 20,000-square-foot showroom includes displays of art and popular furnishing collections with a selection that will be updated regularly, according to a news release by the company. 512-225-0333. www.fourhands.com

3. Acuherbia Acupuncture opened a clinic at 7900 FM 1826, Bldg. 2, Ste. 100, Austin, in February. Owned by acupuncturist Ann Huynh, the practice is her second in the Austin area and offers treatments for pelvic floor pain, skin disorders, women’s health issues, digestive disorders and pain management, according to the business. Huynh has worked in the Austin area for more than 13 years. 512-731-3363. www.acuherbia.com

4. Kid Spa Austin closed its Circle C Ranch location at 5700 W. Slaughter Lane, Ste. 380, Austin, this past winter. The day care offered drop-in and membership child care services to the Southwest Austin community. Two Austin-area locations continue to be open in the Avery Ranch and Pecan Park neighborhoods. 512-301-5772. www.kidspa.com
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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