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.


Action behavior centers opened a new location at 1493 E. Old Settlers Blvd., Round Rock, on August 31. The new 6,100 square foot facility offers assessment and therapy options, including applied behavior therapy, for children with autism. This is the fourth Action Behavior Centers to open in Round Rock. 512-399-5990. www.actionnbehavior.com

A local property Haircuts in the locker room franchise opened on September 17 at 635 University Blvd., Ste. 120, Roche Ronde. The barber shop offers men’s cuts in a sports-themed atmosphere and free cold drinks, including beer. This is the first locker room location in Round Rock. 512-401-3349. www.lockerroomatx.com

Manpasand supermarket open September 6 in the La Frontera area at 130 Sundance Parkway, Ste. 100, Roche Ronde. The supermarket offers halal meats, organic fruits and vegetables, as well as a grocery delivery service. It is the fifth location of the Austin area grocery chain. 915-505-3366. www.manpasandsupermarket.com

owned by a veteran Roof monkey moved to 1000 Heritage Center Circle, Round Rock, on September 13. Owned by Edward Youmans, a 21-year Air Force veteran, Rook Monkey offers customers a free 16-point hail inspection and attic scan. 512-866-6231. www.roofmonkeytx.com


Alfred’s Catering has opened its new Round Rock kitchen at 2100 Double Creek Dr., Ste. 100, September 22. In addition to catering, the Austin business owned by Alfred Engstrand has served the area for over 30 years and offers event planning services. 512-785-8416. www.alfredscatering.com

Most recent Black swan yoga studio will open at 2800 S. I-35, Ste. 310, Round Rock, this fall. The studio is donation-based and offers in-person classes in various styles of yoga, as well as online yoga for home practice. www.blackswanyoga.com

JusTerre arrives at Round Rock at 2800 S. I-35, Ste. 301, at La Frontera Village in November. Matt Shook founded the Austin-based juice, smoothies and coffee chain in 2011, and it has since expanded to 33 locations in Dallas, Austin and Houston. www.juiceland.com

P. Terry’s hamburger stand arrives in Round Rock at 2201 I-35 in early 2022. Founded in Austin in 2005, the restaurant chain offers burgers, fries, chicken sandwiches, milkshakes and dog treats to patrons and their friends at fur. www.pterrys.com

A Tesla Supercharger The station burst in October in the Round Rock Market mall at 110 N. I-35. The station will have 16 charging stations planned and will be located near Freddie’s Frozen Custard and Corner Bakery in the mall. The charging station should be built by the end of 2021. www.tesla.com/supercharger

Urban betty will open its third salon at 3001 Joe DiMaggio Blvd., Ste. 1350, Round Rock, in 2022. Chelle Neff opened the Austin-based salon in 2005. The hair salon offers free drinks to its customers and is a Green Circle Salon, which means the company recycles and reuses up 95% of materials previously considered waste. , such as hair sheets and spray cans. 512-371-7663. www.urbanbetty.com

A former Steak N ‘Shake restaurant at 281 University Blvd. to Round Rock will reappear as Whataburger in 2022. The renovation of the building will begin in November, during which a small part of the building will be demolished and an addition will be constructed. Representatives for Whataburger have confirmed that there is no set opening date yet. www.whataburger.com

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