5 businesses now open in Round Rock

From restaurants and cafes to retail and beyond, the Round Rock area is attracting new businesses at a rapid rate. The following list details a small sample of businesses that are now open in the city.

Automotive cornerstone opened its garage doors at 2225 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock on May 3. The store is owned by Chris Heimann, originally from Houston. Heimann said his auto maintenance hobby turned into a career, which saw him open his first store in Round Rock. He said Cornerstone Automotive prides itself on quality, attention to detail, the ability to get things done in a timely manner, and the accuracy of repair recommendations. 512-582-0079


Happy Clouds Smoke & Vape opened its fourth location at 602 E McNeil Rd. # 114, Round Rock on April 9. The smokehouse, which started in South Austin, offers branded products, various types of smoking devices, as well as snacks and sodas. 512-215-9399 www.happycloudssmokeshop.com

PetSuites opened a new location in Round Rock in early May at 15940 Great Oaks Drive, Round Rock. PetSuites offers services that include boarding, child care, grooming and training. The new location has also partnered with Great Oaks Animal Hospital to facilitate a more comprehensive pet care experience. PetSuites has over 40 locations nationwide and has been in business for 20 years. 833-945-2168. www.greatoaks.petsuitesofamerica.com

Rhae, an all-size clothing store located at 306 W. Main St., Round Rock, opened on June 12. The retailer offers clothing in sizes ranging from XXS to 6X. According to the company’s website, Rhae was created when its owner saw a lack of cute clothes available in extended sizes. www.shoprhae.com

Starbucks opened another Round Rock location on June 7th. The location at 1951 N. I-35, Round Rock, has drive-thru, according to a Starbucks spokesperson. Construction on the store began on March 1 at an estimated cost of $ 666,336, according to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. 737-910-0019. www.starbucks.com

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