Chicken Alfredo fettuccine, a house salad and free bread are among the dishes on offer at Milano Ristorante. (Megan Cardona / Community Impact newspaper)
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Italian restaurant opens in Round Rock
Milano Ristorante is a sit-down restaurant with menus including lasagna and chicken parmesan, and desserts such as pancakes and creme brulee.
Compadre Brewing permanently closes its doors in Pflugerville
Family-owned Compadre Brewing is shutting down after a final weekend of activity, the brewery announced on May 13.
Exaco will build a new 42,100 square foot head office, distribution center in Pflugerville
An inauguration ceremony will take place on May 19 for Exaco, importer and distributor of European greenhouses and gardening products. The 42,100 square foot building will be located in One Thirty Business Park at 16001 Impact Way.
Four Austin Institutions Celebrate Birthdays
Crux Climbing Center celebrates its fifth anniversary in Austin in May. The climbing gym opened on May 7, 2016 at 121 Pickle Road, Ste. 100, and opened another central location in Austin at 6015 Dillard Circle, Unit B, in 2020.
Capital Metro announces increase in transit services for Austin FC games this season
Ahead of Austin FC’s very first game at Stadium Q2 in June, the Capital Metro regional transit agency released details for fans wanting to use public transit to travel to North Austin on game days.
Lake Travis Community Library opens to the public
The Lake Travis Community Library reopened to the public on May 3 to provide limited services amid the pandemic.
Javier Ambler’s Law moves to Governor Abbott’s office
Javier Ambler’s Law, a bill that would prohibit state and local authorities from signing contracts with reality shows, was passed in the Senate on May 13 and is now passing to Gov. Greg Abbott’s office for signature before it does not become law.
Ali Linan, Megan Cardona, Iain Oldman, Joe Warner, Olivia Aldridge, and Amy Rae Dadamo contributed to this report.