Business roundup: four new establishments already open or coming to the Westlake area

Four new businesses have opened in the Westlake area since the end of summer.

Four new businesses have opened in the Westlake area since the end of summer.

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Since the end of summer, several new businesses have opened in the Westlake area. From a sauna studio to a New York-style deli, here’s a breakdown of new establishments.

Perspire Sauna Studio opened Aug. 28 at 3300 Bee Caves Road, Austin inside the Westbank Shopping Center. The studio offers 13 private rooms combining medical-grade infrared heat and chromotherapy for relaxation. The West Lake Hills location will be the first in the Austin area, bringing the company to six total locations across the U.S.The studio uses light and heat therapy to detoxify and treat various ailments, according to the company’s website. 512-502-5131.

Biderman’s Deli is scheduled to open Nov. 1 in the Village at Westlake. Biderman’s, which currently operates two Austin locations, is a Jewish-inspired deli, featuring fresh New York-style bagels, sandwiches and matzo ball soup, according to owner Zach Biderman. The deli will be open seven days a week for breakfast and lunch at 701 S. Capital of Texas Hwy, Ste. G700, West Lake Hills. 512-551-8841.

Amegy Bank of Texas opened its new Westlake location Sept. 9 at 3342 Bee Cave Road, Austin, according to Stefani Crowe, Amegy Bank vice president of corporate communications. The Westlake location, a partner of the Westlake Chamber of Commerce, will be Amegy’s first in the Greater Austin area. 210-343-4463. 

Shine celebrated its grand opening in the Westlake area Sept. 3 at 3636 Bee Caves Road, Ste. 215, West Lake Hills. The company offers full-service window cleaning, holiday lighting, power-washing and roof-cleaning services. Owner Wesley Mack also plans to open a downtown Austin location. Wesley said he is pursuing his dream of owning his own business and loves being a part of a company that emphasizes serving others.“It’s absolutely a part of my soul to provide a positive customer experience to all the people that our Shine business will service,” Mack said. 512-632-6577.
By Amy Rae Dadamo
Amy Rae Dadamo is the reporter for Lake Travis-Westlake, where her work focuses on city government and education. Originally from New Jersey, Amy Rae relocated to Austin after graduating from Ramapo College of New Jersey in May 2019.