Dutch Bros Coffee serves hot, iced and blended coffee along with teas, lemonade and smoothies. (Courtesy Dutch Bros Coffee)
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The double lane drive-thru coffee shop is expected to open in September, according to Dave Burggraaf, managing director at Evergreen Commercial Real Estate. Dutch Bros. Coffee serves hot, iced and blended coffee along with teas, lemonade and smoothies.
The shop, which offers a variety of liquor and mixers, opened in late March.
The city of Austin’s possible rezoning of several University of Texas-owned properties throughout the city is now underway, and on June 22 Austin residents were granted their first opportunity to speak publicly on their desires for the future of West Austin’s Brackenridge tracts, home of the historic Lions Municipal Golf Course, or Muny.
Waterloo Park, an 11-acre community recreation and event space on the eastern side of downtown Austin, will officially open to the public Aug. 14, nonprofit Waterloo Greenway Conservancy announced June 23.
A variety of coffee, teas and other beverages are offered, which can be enjoyed in the shop or picked up in the drive-thru.
Georgetown Pediatrics staff helps with ADHD/ADD, asthma, allergies, annual wellness checks, behavioral health, breastfeeding, concussion and injuries, fever and sick visits, newborns, nutrition and obesity, sports physicals, and vaccines.
Bee Cave Orthodontics celebrated its five-year anniversary in June at 11412 Bee Cave Road, Ste. 300, Austin. The practice, operated by Dr. Adriana Da Silveira, offers a variety of orthodontic treatments including Invisalign, metal braces, ceramic braces and surgical orthodontics, according to the company’s website.
Megan Cardona, Ben Thompson, Warren Brown, Trent Thompson and Amy Rae Dadamo contributed to this report.