IMPACT ROUNDUP: Another vape shop arrives in San Marcos

NOW OPEN—The vaping trend continues in San Marcos, as yet another vape shop opened on April 2. The Vapor Trail at 106 W. Hopkins St. joins about five other e-cigarette-vending businesses in San Marcos. Owner Nick Emerson said The Vapor Trail provides a high-end vape shop experience. The shop's liquid solutions are made at an FDA-approved facility in Houston, he said. A variety of mods, tanks and starter kits are available at the store. Texas State students, firefighters and emergency personnel, law enforcement officers and servicemen and women are eligible for discounts, according to the shop's website. 512-842-9590. www.vaportrailsm.com



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NOW OPEN—Suzanne Riley opened Salon Thairapy, 226 N. LBJ Drive, San Marcos, on April 30. Between Riley and the salon's two stylists, there is 40 years of salon experience in San Marcos. The business does men's and women's cuts, dyes, highlights and up-dos, among other services, and also offers on-site makeup and hair styling for weddings. 512-878-0674. www.thairapysanmarcos.com



COMING SOON—Pie Society, 700 N. LBJ Drive, Ste. 107, San Marcos, will open on June 11. Co-owner Seth Katz said the fast-casual restaurant will feature New York–style pizza, salads, subs, beer and mixed drinks. The restaurant, open seven days a week, will also feature build-your-own pizza options and lunch specials. 512-805-8900. www.piesmtx.com

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