7 new restaurants now open in Central Austin

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Frozen Rolls Creamery

This Thai-style ice cream shop opened Jan. 11 at 704 N. Lamar Blvd., Austin. Thai-style ice cream is made by pouring a liquid mixture onto a cold metal surface and scraping it, once frozen, into rolls. www.facebook.com/Frozen-Rolls-Creamery-150205838978570/

Bar Peached

This fusion restaurant, from the team behind The Peached Tortilla, combines culinary traditions from Asia and the American South. It opened Jan. 5 at 1315 W. Sixth St., Austin. The space includes 61 inside seats and 62 patio spots shaded by a heritage tree. 512-992-0666. www.barpeached.com

Italic

The West Sixth Street restaurant inspired by Chef Drew Curren’s Italian travels opened a second location Jan. 12 at the Fareground food hall at 111 Congress Ave., Austin. It takes over the space previously occupied by Antonelli’s Cheese Shop. The menu focuses on rustic Italian pastas, salads and sandwiches. www.italicaustin.com

Little Brother

This new bar at 89 Rainey St., Austin, opened Dec. 29. From the team behind Wright Bros. Brew & Brew and Better Half Coffee & Cocktails, Little Brother serves food from Better Half. www.littlebrotherbar.com

Woko Loco

This fast-casual, Asian-inspired noodle chain was founded in Chihuahua, Mexico, and opened its first U.S. location at 1201 Barbara Jordan Blvd., Ste. 1280, Austin, on Jan. 9. Diners create customized boxes with noodles, rice, zucchini noodles or lettuce and their choice of proteins, vegetables and sauce. www.wokoloco.com

Lou’s Bodega

This restaurant opened Jan. 15 at 1900 E. Cesar Chavez St., Austin. The latest project from the McGuire Moorman Hospitality, which also owns June’s All Day and Elizabeth Street Cafe, serves breakfast tacos, pastries, rotisserie meats, salads, frozen custard, and beer and wine. 512-660-5171. www.lousbodega.com

Sweet Chive

This restaurant opened at 2515 E. Cesar Chavez St., Austin, on Dec. 23. The family-owned business serves homestyle Taiwanese and Manchurian dishes. www.facebook.com/pages/category/Restaurant/Sweet-Chive-197800861020016/

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Emma Freer
Emma Freer began covering Central Austin for Community Impact Newspaper in 2017. Her beat includes the Travis County Commissioners Court and local business news. She graduated from Columbia Journalism School in 2017.
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