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Explore the 3 freshest new businesses to open in Austin

Ready to hit up the newest restaurant and retail additions to Austin? From a breakfast and brunch spot to a cannabis dispensary, read on to see the newest spots to debut near you.

Troublemaker

Photo: Katie B./Yelp

Troublemaker is a bar and breakfast and brunch spot, that recently opened at 1209 E. Seventh St. in East Cesar Chavez.

"Troublemaker is your new spot for drinks, records, and San Diego style burritos," according to the business' website.  

Drop by for happy hour and enjoy specials on Lonestar Tall Boys, Left of the Dial cocktails and more. Try the popular Sunrise in Texas, made with tequila, Solerno, orange, lime and blood orange soda. On Thursdays, Confucius Says is in the house spinning local hip-hop. 

Little House

Photo: Little House/Yelp

Wander over to 4112 Medical Parkway in Rosedale and you'll find Little House, a food truck, offering fish and chips and more.

According to the business' Facebook page, this spot offers "pub fare, elevated, since 2019. Fish 'n chips, Belgian fries, burgers [and] brews."

Try the fish and chips made with wild pacific cod and battered in Topo Chico tempura, served with Danish remoulade. Other popular menu items include scratch-made falafel with lemon garlic hummus, pita and veggies and the fried Brussel sprouts with mustard vinaigrette and parmigiano reggiano.

CBD American Shaman

Photo: CBD American Shaman/Yelp

CBD American Shaman is a cannabis dispensary and herbal shop, that's made its debut at 3116 Manor Road in MLK.

We found more details on the business' Facebook page. "CBD American Shaman East Austin is a veteran owned independent franchise, dedicated to bringing wellness to the world through ultra-concentrated terpene rich CBD oil, derived from all natural, high quality industrial hemp."

It stocks a variety of CBD edible, ranging from tinctures to topicals. Edible items include cowboy cookies, gummies and popcorn.


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