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🌱 Where to Eat in SXSW + Austin Rodeo Kicks Off + New Perennial

Good day, people of Austin! Gabriela Couvillion here with a new issue of the Austin Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: Warm with low clouds dissipating. High: 82 Low: 64. Here are the top stories in Austin today: South by Southwest (SXSW) takes place in Austin Austin from March 11-20, and …

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New restaurants, shops and clinics: 10 businesses now open or to come in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto

Check out new businesses and restaurants now open or coming soon in the Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto area. (Brooke Sjoberg, Amy Bryant/Community Impact Journal) Do you want to discover new restaurants and businesses in your area? Shop for Afro-Tropical and Caribbean drinks at a new specialty grocery store in …

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This luxury home in the Dallas Design District features open living space and a commercial option

This hidden home in Dallas’ Design District offers luxury finishes and design elements, but you’d never guess it from the sidewalk view. The 5,592 square foot home is its own compound with gated access, four-car garages, an outdoor patio, and skyline views. To top it off, it also backs up …

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11 Last-Minute Romantic Getaways to Texas for Valentine’s Day

RDares are nice, candy is fine, but if there’s one absolutely foolproof Valentine’s Day gift, it’s a romantic getaway. In honor of love-themed vacations, we’re highlighting some of the best hotel stays (with incentive offers) across Texas, because the only thing better than a thoughtful retreat is a short and …

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Houston’s New Wave of Wine Shops Offer More Than Wine

Gina and Joe Stayshich always knew that the business they were going to open together, the one they had envisioned over the past decade, would be centered around wine. They opened Bodega Bellaire Thanksgiving week with lots more. “Our vision for the store was to bring our favorite things,” Gina …

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New Montrose apartment complex offers serious resort perks, cosmopolitan vibe – Inside The Sterling at Regent Square

VSCould this be a resort in Scottsdale or is it actually a luxury apartment development in Houston’s Montrose neighborhood? As you stroll around the sprawling fourth-floor terrace with a massive pool, palm trees, linear fire pits, a water wall, gas grills, and all sorts of chic outdoor furniture, you can …

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Cheers to a bigger and better brewery for TUPPS

On Friday, January 7, after a year’s delay, TUPPS Brewery inaugurated its new facility. The brewery expansion and relocation will be just one mile from their current brewery at 402 E. Louisiana St. in McKinney. The move will house a new 25,000 square foot production facility, slated to open in …

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Edison Center is slated for completion in 2022 in the city of Missouri

Construction of a new mixed-use neighborhood that will transform Missouri City’s 1980s Willowridge Mall has now started and is expected to be completed by the end of 2022. (courtesy Edison Center) Construction of a new mixed-use neighborhood that will transform Missouri City’s 1980s Willowridge Mall has now started and is …

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The most read stories of 2021 from Cedar Park, Leander

HEB opened its second Leander store in November. (Taylor Girtman / Community Impact Journal) From restaurant announcements to winter storm updates, here are the 10 Most Read Online Stories of 2021 from the Cedar Park-Leander Edition of Community impact journal. 1. ROUNDUP: 7 restaurants to come in the Cedar Park-Leander …

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Texas NBA Legend Tony Parker Estate Hits Market For Nearly $ 20 Million

The six-bedroom main house that Parker called his home during his San Antonio career hit the market this month for $ 19.5 million. On ExpressNews.com: Here are the greatest or most memorable moments in Spurs history The property includes an additional four-bedroom guest apartment, a private water park, and a …

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Mexican chain Chuy’s opens first New Braunfels restaurant

Timothy Fanning, San Antonio Express-News December 21, 2021 Chuy’s in 2013. The restaurant chain adds its first establishment in New Braunfels in November. Elizabeth W. Kearley / Moment Editorial / Getty Images When Chuy’s first opened at an old abandoned Texas barbecue restaurant in Austin, there were only 60 seats. …

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East River takes center stage with new restaurants, stores and office tenants – Houston’s next big development is no longer just a concept

ERiver’s official opening turned into a sort of celebration. Despite the generally oppressive heat, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and many city council members attended. Reverend Harry Clemons Jr., Founder of the Fifth Ward Community Redevelopment Corporation, delivered an enthusiastic address. All taking place on a large open lot with a …

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Texas Hill Country Vacation Getaways in Fredericksburg

Take your Christmas spectacle and shopping on the road this year to explore and experience the perfect German Christmas destination, Fredericksburg in the Texas Hill Country, west of Austin. Looking for a special vacation getaway? Fredericksburg, Texas offers over a month of holiday cheer with its 26 feet tall German …

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Vacation shopping? Check out some of the Dallas area’s most exciting new stores

The long holiday weekend has proven that stores are always important to shoppers, at least this time of year. Optimistic retailers have banked on consumers returning to stores as pandemic restrictions eased. From pop-ups to permanent locations and offshoring, local entrepreneurs and national chains have engaged in new stores in …

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South Austin’s public engagement threatened by relocation of land use planning committee meeting place, commissioners say

Deputy City Manager Rodney Gonzalez answered questions from commissioners and board members at a meeting on November 29. (Maggie Quinlan / Community Impact Journal) City of Austin staff have asked the planning council and land use commissions to move their city hall meetings to a new location, but council and …

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In a Mineral Wells in full rebirth, there is something in the water

MINERAL WELLS – You remember “The Shining”, don’t you? Houston’s Jack Nicholson, Shelley Duvall and their baby boy Danny – all three alone for the winter in a remote old hotel in the Rockies while “All Work and No Play” Nicholson drives himself crazy trying to write a novel? They …

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How Austin Became One of America’s Least Affordable Cities

AUSTIN – In recent years, in one of America’s fastest growing cities, change has come at a feverish pace in the Texas capital, with churches demolished, mobile home parks razed and haunted neighborhoods replaced by trendy restaurants and luxury apartments. complex. The transformation was felt perhaps most acutely across East …

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Holiday tamales have been a Texan tradition for generations. But how did it start?

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on November 27, 2020. For much of his life, Juany Balderas hated making tamales. It took his family three days to do enough for extended relatives in his hometown of Mier Y Noriega, Mexico – days of painstakingly slaughtering pigs, mixing masa, grinding …

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Four Seasons Unveils Hill Country Lakeside Residences from $ 4M

A Four Seasons residential property arrives at a site near the iconic Pennybacker Bridge in West Austin. Private Four Season Lake Austin Residences will be built on a secluded hill above a 90 degree turn into the lake. The 145-acre community will include 179 luxury homes overlooking Lake Austin from …

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Austin investor buys huge former Penney headquarters from Plano with plans to restart development

An Austin-based real estate investor and developer made one of North Texas’ biggest commercial property purchases of the year. Commercial Capital Investments has purchased JC Penney’s sprawling former headquarters in Plano’s Legacy Business Park and plans to resume renovations on the historic property. The previous owners were in the midst …

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11 businesses now open or coming to Round Rock

New businesses continue to open in Round Rock, including new restaurants, salons and health care clinics. The following list details a few businesses now open or planned in the region. OPEN Action behavior centers opened a new location at 1493 E. Old Settlers Blvd., Round Rock, on August 31. The …

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How Hawaii Restaurants Handle Vaccination Mandates

As a newly opened restaurant that is still streamlining its cuisine, the recently introduced COVID-19 vaccination policies for diners and food workers on four islands in Hawaii receive decidedly mixed reviews. The mayors who created the new rules say they could change or eliminate them later this fall, if public …

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Uptown luxury condo tower returns for rental

A luxury Uptown skyscraper that began to convert to condominiums has returned to rent. The owners of the One Uptown residential tower on McKinney Avenue announced in May that they would convert the 20-story building into condominiums. With prices starting at around $ 250,000, the four-year-old skyscraper has started selling …

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The 10 Best Patios in Frisco, Texas

When it comes to sorting things out according to most favorite, least favorite, or “best”, I find it hard to do that. If I am asked to quote my favorite song or movie, my answer is: “It actually depends …” I mean, are we talking country or rock? Rom-coms or …

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The latest commercial rental news

Chicago based What if the union will bring two new restaurants to Houston at Texas Tower, a 47-story downtown office building developed by Hines and Ivanhoé Cambridge at 845 Texas Ave. The restaurant group has signed leases for more than 8,400 square feet of retail space. Etta, a neighborhood wood-fired …

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New Feges barbecue now open at Spring Branch

Barbecue plate with pork ribs, smoked turkey, breast, sausage, pulled pork, smoked chicken with the new Feges BBQ Spring Branch. Photo: Julie Soefer Fégès barbecue, Houston’s popular barbecue joint that has risen to prominence from its unlikely debut at a Greenway office complex, opens its second location on June 20 …

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Embrace life in East Dallas

An active outdoor lifestyle and the natural beauty of White Rock Lake attracts residents Dallas East neighborhoods. Their location is ideal for walking, jogging or cycling around the lake or visiting the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. The restaurants and clubs in the area also offer plenty to do in …

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