Show Me Pizza is now open on South First Street in the spot that formerly housed the first Torchy's Tacos brick-and-mortar restaurant. Plus, two South Austin businesses are celebrating anniversaries and a health care practice is expanding.

1. Infinity Wellness Center, located at 1201 W. Slaughter Lane, Austin, celebrated 15 years in business June 1. Dr. Tenesha Wards founded the practice, which also includes doctors Danny VanNoy and Lauren Sanchez. The team cares for patients suffering from conditions such as chronic pain, fatigue and fibromyalgia. 512-328-0505.

2. Lewis Family Medicine & Urgent Care will open a new location June 21 at 701 FM 1626, Manchaca. This will be the third location for the health care practice run by Dr. Kevin Lewis. The other two facilities are located in Dripping Springs and Manor. 512-777-0884.

3. Show Me Pizza opened at 2809 S. First St., Austin, on April 14. Co-owners Dimitri Voutsinas and Benjamin Demarchelier, who both have experience in the New York restaurant scene, collaborated to open the Neapolitan pizza restaurant that lets customers watch the pie being prepared and cooked via a Twitch stream. The South First Street location was previously the home of the original Torchy's Tacos brick-and-mortar until that location closed in 2019. 512-551-2657; 512-551-2658.

4. Sweet Caroline's Snow Shack, 5700 W. Slaughter Lane, Austin, will celebrate its 10-year anniversary in July. Owner Jeremy Leo started the trailer serving New Orleans-style snowballs in Northwest Austin in 2011 before expanding to a second truck in Southwest Austin in 2012. 512-234-7669. www.facebook/com/sweetcarolinessnowshack