Interested in checking out the newest restaurant and retail additions to Austin? From a hair salon and braid boutique to a breakfast food trailer, read on to see the newest destinations to open for business near you.
Brittany’s Boutique is a hair salon that's located at 5601 Brodie Lane, 1000 Suite 208.
Behind this new business is entrepreneur and licensed natural hair stylist Brittany Gordon. The salon specializes in African hair braiding, weaving and hair styles for men, women and kids. Services range from box and goddess braids to updos to weave removal.
Stroll past 1023 Springdale Road, 1A and you'll find the latest coffee and tea spot and event space to arrive in the neighborhood. Austin-based chain Caffe Medici has added a new location in MLK 183.
Get your caffeine or hot chocolate fix in a bright, airy space with indoor and outdoor seating.
The business' website explains more about its specialty coffees, "Our espresso is the La Famiglia blend by Medici Roasting. It is sweet and fruity with a chocolate finish."
Coffee + Crisp
Stroll past 3220 Amy Donovan Plaza, Suite 100, in North Burnett and you'll find Coffee + Crisp, a food truck, offering coffee and tea and more.
Located in the former Bee Cave Coffee Co., this new cafe serves up espresso drinks, matcha tea and signature crisps in a cozy atmosphere. The menu features items like blueberry scones, zucchini bread, breakfast tacos, avocado toasts and salads.
Brooklyn Breakfast Shop
Stroll past 514 E. St. Elmo Road in East Congress and you'll find Brooklyn Breakfast Shop, a breakfast and brunch spot, offering sandwiches and more. With five stars out of six reviews on Yelp, it's off to a strong start.
According to the business' Facebook page, this shop specializes in "scratch-made breakfast sandwiches, house-made pickles and seasonal hashes."
On the menu, expect to see items like its signature buttermilk biscuit sandwich with fresno pimento cheese, house pickles, fennel sausage and a sunny egg plus a sweet potato hash.